Monday, April 6, 2009

M. A. Latif is a member of the parliament


I've just gone through the story of parliament member M. A. Latif's obnoxious behavior in today's issue of Prothom Alo. (I could not provide the link of Prothom Alo's version since it seemed to me that their link does not work later.)

What Mr M. A. Latif can do to remind the people of his constituency, if not the whole nation, of his vibrant presence outside the parliament as a parliament member :

1. Include a chapter on his 'glorious' life so far in the textbooks for all classes. The students will read the same chapter in every class they pass. This chapter on M. A. Latif's life story and his contribution to the nation, in a broader sense to the world and humanity, will surely be a favourite one since the students will have to memorize a chapter less in every class if he can memorize the answers to questions of this chapter.

2. In front of his house, he may establish his statue and people passing by this statue must salute / offer 'salam' to it. People not performing this holy duty should undergo punitive measures like outright slap on the spot, saluting 10 times etc. To enforce this, some extra law-enforcers will be required and this will solve the unemployment problem for some people. Just imagine that in this time of recession and hardship, Mr M. A. Latif is offering job opportunities to some people and thus helping the humanity to survive!

3. I can't understand why Mr M. A. Latif condescends to talk himself to the people when he gets angry/misbehaves. He can appoint one of his party men for staging a outragious show of crude and rude behavior. Then the wicked newspapers will not able to say that Mr M. A. Latif misbehaved with A, B, C etc. because he didn't do it!

(Don't feel writing about this inferior instance of human being anymore... ... ... apology)

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