University-based club presidents demand veto power in UN
Just like permanent member countries of the United Nations Security Council, some club presidents of Bangladeshi universities believe they should have veto power regarding any issues, because they are no less important.
Although veto means non-acceptance of any issue by any of the member countries, it is often used to show either solidarity or opposition towards the USA.
Club presidents of Bangladeshi universities have observed the situation for decades and discovered that the more powerful the country, the more important its opinion. Believing that they are more powerful than the top CEOs and MDs of countries, they should enjoy having at least the same degree of power as permanent member countries, to let their likes and dislikes be known.
"It's a shame that the world understands the importance of America and Russia, but doesn't understand our importance," Bhabist Badrul, a club president of Shahbagh University, bemoaned while smoking without paying the price of the cigarette.
A student from Palashibazar University of Engineering and Non-Technology was demanding the same while having lunch in the dormitory's canteen.
"It's a shame that the world understands the importance of America and Russia, but doesn't understand our importance," Bhabist Badrul, a club president of Shahbagh University, bemoaned.
"Look, just like this crystal-clear dal, the world should have clear idea about our importance. We just want veto power just like the less important members of the council," Dalkar Salman, who feels more comfortable introducing himself as a president than as a student, said while complaining that the meat he was eating was past its expiry date.
Meanwhile, Biden, Putin and yet to be elected prime minister of UK were calling confidential meeting after confidential meeting to discuss the threat to their existence if club presidents of Bangladesh were eventually given the power to veto.
"Millions of students calling them 'bhai' and posting photos with him on social media shows how insignificant we are in front of them. I don't think we would remain the least bit relevant if these undisputed kings come get the power. Let's fight them," Vladimir Putin said in a secret meeting, leaked by some suspects from Ukraine.
However, to celebrate this historical moment, Bidirectional University (BU) along with some club presidents of the university, held a concert in the varsity premises where entrance of neighbouring university students was strictly prohibited.
This offended students of the neighbouring university, compelling them to hack the mail system of BU. After hacking the system, they sent a mail to all the presidents of different clubs, "You guys doesn't deserve vito par."
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