Can we stop this Babugiri?We've heard of the lower cadre of government employees 'serving their Babus (bosses)', sometimes it goes beyond limits and become demeaning. Peons or Group-D employees carrying slippers, tying shoe laces or even cleaning the shoes. One can see images of CMs, Central Ministers, Party chiefs, wherein their aides, security officers or peons all carrying out these acts.
All this would have been acceptable in the past wherein the hierarchy was stringent and aides were often used for such menial tasks. But it creates a bad image about the authority in question because, such acts are not dignifying. If one is unwell or very old, then by all means the politicians can be helped but not when then can very well do the job themselves.
The other aspect is verbal and physical abuse (slapping, kicking, threatening) of security, junior officials or even common people in public places during meetings etc should also be condemned. Such acts are carried out often as a show of power, arrogance by the official but it demeans the junior employee or the other person.
In today's world such acts should not longer be carried out by the officials, they should be educated about the indignity of such tasks, encouraged to have and show respect for the fellow employee and the negative impact(on the official and the party) as these pictures or videos find their way in social media very soon.
(You can google for the images and videos for the above examples)