Relaxing in public place without sensitivity
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Relaxing in public place without sensitivity

January 8, 2020


This is a photo of a train passenger taken while travelling  between Bengaluru and Mysuru.

The said person was busy with his mobile, stretched his leg upto front seat with a dirty, soiled chappal. In the next stop a neatly dressed gentleman came and sat on the same place where this guy had relaxed with his chappals !

Felt so bad to see the culture of modern lifestyle of youths who do not bother about anybody around but only their pleasure.

I think only a warning of levying a fine by either the Railways or by the Government would make such passengers sensitive.

– A concerned citizen, Mysuru, 3.1.2020

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