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Erogenous Zones

Warriors of love want their arcadia of amour to be 'reserved'

Erogenous Zones
Swapan Nayak
Erogenous Zones
outlookindia.com
-0001-11-30T00:00:00+05:53

LOVE, "the only one (organisation) of its kind in India and perhaps in the world", in a letter to mayor Subrata Mukherjee, wants exclusive zones reserved for lovers. Certain areas of the crowded metro—like Maidan, Victoria Memorial and the banks of Hooghly—which are the favourite haunts of lovey-dovey couples, should, the letter reads, be declared "Free Sex Love Zones" (sic) and should be off-limits even for the police, though they must be there outside these areas to ensure safety.

Mukherjee, however, says: "I met somebody long ago with such a proposal. Recently, I haven't met anyone from the organisation and if there was an application as they say, it can't be traced." Admitting that he hasn't met the mayor, Rupak Banerjee, founder-president of LOVE, shows the copy of the letter (receipt date 7/12/2001) with the official stamp of the Calcutta Corporation. The letter, though, is signed Rupak 'Manush' (human), instead of Banerjee.

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