The crux of the story is:
1. The guard's daughter was severely ill.
2. The guard requested for leave to be able to attend to his family multiple times. All he got was scolding from Judge sahab.
3. When the Judge sahab's family was exiting a mall in Gurgaon, the guard could not be traced.
4. Since they could not bear even a few minutes of delay, Judge sahab's wife and son again scolded the guard.
5. Frustrated guard shot them both with his service weapon.
6. Judge sahab's wife died on the spot.
7. The son, in critical condition, could not be saved and he too passed away after a couple of days.
There are three issues here:
1. Is the guard or any staff for that matter a slave of the Judge sahab? Not only Judge sahab, a lot of our leadership, whether political, bureaucratic or corporate totally exploits their subordinates.
2. When are we going to increase the number of policemen in the states? And not only policemen, we also need more doctors, teachers, judges (yes, judges), firemen, bureaucratic staff and of course support staff for all these people. The way we have private staff contracted to work in government offices is simply a big, big lawsuit waiting to explode in the face of the central and state governments.
3. When are we going to have better labour laws and social security? Government staff, no mater how low in the hierarchy, are actually the fortunate ones! Most of the rest are in a bad state. We are one of the biggest economies in the world, and to think that we have an unorganised sector is totally absurd.