BNP smells a rat!
A local English daily's 30th September issue had a front-page headline write-up by their staff reporter. It brought back memories of my rat smelling days during my college life. I prefer to share this with the readers, rather than rats involved in politics and legal matters. I will leave it to our political and legal experts to analyse and dissect. I only wonder what rat did BNP smell? Was it a live or dead rat? If it was a live rat I believe that it could smell like most furry creatures in the wild, tinged with the smell of earth, to which rats burrow in to avoid other animals, and large birds of prey that might dive down, and make a meal of the rat! Dead rats however naturally smell of putrefaction, depending on the interval between the rat's death and its smelling! This smell will be really obnoxious! My experience of dead rats, was related to practical dissection classes in Zoology, way back in 1949-50. We had live rats, killed by waste cotton soaked in chloroform, then cleaned with laboratory spirit and mounted on a wax based dissection tray. Naturally, these freshly killed rats smelt of chloroform, and nothing else. Here too, my knowledge is superficial, since I disliked Zoology.
I hope BNP does not plan to kill any rats, except in the political sense, and hopefully, not by violent means. Politically, the ballot is the best, which is the ammunition for killing in political field. BNP therefore, should have fresh and first hand experience from the last general election.