The scene of city rangers chasing the buai sellers is a spectacle of shame; defenceless women being chased and kicked by a bunch of large burly men who outnumber them 10 to 1, buai being scattered all over and pedestrians taking the opportunity to collect free buai. Unfortunately, not all vendors are accorded the same treatment.
While the rangers go out on their “seek and destroy missions” right in front of the City Hall is a buai stall that seems to be protected. It’s almost as if these vendors have a free pass.
Does the same law apply to all?