The indian rupee is one of the worst performing currency in Asia, falling 12% against the US dollar, mainly because of India’s huge oil import bill. Though india does not have sufficient oil reserves, the leaders and officials with the security agency officials in particular are ruthless in defaming, harassing, cheating and exploiting citizens who do not own a vehicle, especially a car, falsely labelling them a security threat without any proof
On the other hand, the security agencies especially in goa, are shameless in pampering families who own a large number of cars, like that of the google, tata sponsored kolhapur-born school dropout cbi employee gujju housewife naina, who looks like actress sneha wagh, mother of two sons. Just because naina is having an extra marital affair with top government employee parmar, and has three cars, wagonr, toyota qualis, maruti vitara brezza, the goan government and officials are openly involved in a real estate fraud on a google competitor, single woman engineer, falsely claiming that the school dropout housewife, who has no professional income, owns the house of the engineer, to get the school dropout a cbi job at the expense of the engineer.
When the security agencies are openly discriminating against citizens who do not own a car, walk or use public transport, naturally more citizens are purchasing cars, to improve their social status, get raw/cbi jobs with stolen identities. However this increases the demand for diesel and petrol, and since india imports 80% of the crude oil, the rupee is crashing as the oil prices increase. The current government was lucky that oil prices were at their lowest in the last few years, however now the increasing import bill, is again proof that security agencies do not have a long term vision when they pamper people owning cars
In most countries which import oil like china, the government encourages citizens to walk, use ecofriendly ways of transport, only in india, especially in goa, the discrimination against those who do not own cars is the greatest. The prices of petrol in goa are low at approximately Rs 76 per liter, while in Mumbai, the prices are far higher, reaching Rs 90 per liter, because in Mumbai, most people use public transport.