It is a sensitive matter and any kind of laxity can turn it into a dangerous practice
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Let me tell you a story first. I do not know if it is true or false, but its message is quite pertinent. It is said that US President Lyndon Johnson was once walking outside the White House. There was thick fog. Suddenly a passerby collided with him. He asked: “Who are you?" The president answered: “Actually I’m trying to figure out who I am." The passerby thought that he had collided with a crazy man. He pointed to the White House and asked sarcastically: “Do you know who lives there?" The answer was: “No one lives there permanently. People just come and go." How true this is. Those holding statutory posts come and go, but their work and the dignity of the institutions remain.