K. Raveendran explains how riders are caught between a 1988 Act and bureaucracy
New Delhi: If bureaucrats had their way, they would have long stopped the earth from revolving around the sun. At least they would have issued an order banning it. Because they live on the earth, and by revolving around the sun, the earth is making their heads spin. And if at all anything must revolve, it can be the other way around: the sun can revolve while the earth stays stationary, which will still produce day and night as only the parts of earth facing the sun will have light falling on them while the other parts will remain dark. Then they will assign a certain fancy name and number to the rule and prosecute both sun and the earth for violation.