New Delhi, July 25: These days, politicians loosing their temper at their security staff has become a frequent news.
Recently, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna, lost his temper because a vehicle in which Cabinet Minister Oscar Fernandes, along with his wife, was supposed to leave was missing from the convoy.
Bahuguna's errant behaviour was seen when he ended his Press conference and left the venue early.
Fernandes was reportedly giving a byte to waiting reporters and camerapersons, and when he came out from the venue, his vehicle was missing.
This triggered Bahuguna to lose his cool and he shouted at his
security staff why the vehicle was missing.
By then, security personnel somehow managed to locate the vehicle and brought it near the porch and Mr and Mrs Fernandes boarded the vehicle.
According to Pioneer report, Cabinet Minister Harak Singh Rawat boarded the front seat, which is usually occupied by the Personal Security Officer (PSO), of the CM's car. Later, PSO Ajay Tyagi was seen struggling for a seat in the CM convoy; then he was offered a seat in the last car of the convoy.
In February this year, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee also lost her cool at her security guards for delay in arrival of her car at the Kolkata Book Fair site.
She publicly screamed and reprimanded at the security guards for the delay of her car at the gate.
It's high time that politicians need to keep their temperaments in place before venting out their anger publicly and instead, use their energy in providing good governance.