People's perception about the 80 corruption suspects' list published on the 28th September is somewhat, I feel, short of expectation, not for its lack of authenticity or validity but for some high profiles' conspicuous exclusion.
In Bangladesh high profiles are a few who rose to the present position of fabulously wealthy only recently, not necessarily through honest labour, possibly with rare exceptions, but through dishonest means. The class being so microscopic that we know almost each other's earning modes. Here the common people are either very poor who can ill afford two square meals a day or live at barely subsistence level due to very low level of fair income. On the contrary, conspicuous consumption of a few high profiles does not escape others' notice, because the country is not a very large one, not to speak of the benefit of the free media we have in Bangladesh.