News 1- Canadian Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland has been fined by the police. Police fined him $273 for driving 132 km/h on a highway between the towns of Grand Prairie and Peace River in Alberta. The maximum speed on that road is 110 km.
News 2- Canada’s Ontario Province Chief Minister Doug Ford has recently been involved in the Green Belt land swap incident, so the Royal Police of Canada has taken responsibility to investigate him.
That is, in both the above cases, the police is able to play an effective role against the ruling government, which the police can do against a common citizen. Police have no distinction between citizens in power and those without power. The police does not exercise its power by looking at any party. In the two cases above, one is the Deputy Prime Minister of the Liberal Party and the other is the Chief Minister of the Conservative Party. Everything is equal to the police.
News 3- At the same time, another news is that a judge of the Supreme Court announced today that the order of the High Court to investigate money laundering in Singapore by a very influential businessman in Bangladesh will be suspended until next January. That means the investigation cannot be done for the next few months. It should be noted that new elections are scheduled to be held in Bangladesh in January.