Delhi: There are all sorts of things that one experiences in life and it teaches us a thing or to.
Similarly, one Sumit Parmar had a bitter experience recently when he was allegedly duped of some extra amount of money at a petrol pump in Delhi.
When he threatened to complain, the staff at the petrol pump asked Parmar to file a complaint against him and apparently said that they weren’t afraid as their ‘boss knew Mr Kejriwal (Delhi CM - Arvind Kejriwal) personally’.
Parmar posted his experience on his Facebook timeline.
Following is the post (Courtesy - veritenews.com).
"Petrol Pump at their looting best, Bharat Petroleum station (Prem Service Station), Moolchand, New Delhi, filled 74 liters of Diesel in my XUV where the car capacity is only 70 liters plus the car was already having around 10 liters of diesel. Upon questioning when the car capacity is only 70 liters how can you fill 74 liters and charge me of these extra liters, please see the point wise response."
"You may have a bigger tank 2. We know everyone at Police so if I want I can go and complaint. 3. I was suggested to put this matter on Social Media. 4. Our boss knows Mr Kejriwal personally so nothing can harm us. I am really perplexed with the situation of our country, Petrol Pump employees think themselves beyond the law and can openly in a good posh locality loot people so openly. This obviously is happening because the Petrol Pump owner must be an influential person who have trained his employees to behave in this fashion."
"It's not the money that matters but it's the behaviour and the way they made me feel in front of my family. I need this message to go to the right authorities to see the corruption is not only happening in Government agencies but it's more prominent at such places where common man is looted of his hard earned money in broad day light. Mr Kejriwal can I expect your support in this? Imagine the level of fraud and the money these guys are making. Friends please help me by sharing my grievance on your wall so that this reaches to this right authority. Jai Hind, Mera Bharat Mahan!"