Arjun may have been better educated, but Sai is far more intelligent. He wouldn’t rely on the words of his cunning little brother that there was no flood in the last ten years. He wished to win the battle on a clean slate. As early as possible the next day, Sai goes to the weather department to confirm what had happened in the area since he travelled. None of them said there was a flood in the area. He further goes to the land department where he realized his brother had transferred the land ownership to his wife’s brother. Sai quickly thought of the last card he would play to unveil the supposed hidden truth. He decided to come to Arjun’s home with a shining new pistol and threatened to kill trespassers on the land since he discovered that the land ownership has changed.

Kiran, Arjun’s wife was in the kitchen and cooking meals when she heard the rage. She rushed out in utter disbelief of what she just heard. “Please don’t kill my brother”. She pleaded in tears. Sai asked in faked surprise how the new landlord is her brother, and Kiran opened the can of worms on her husband as she revealed the whole truth. Arjun feels ashamed of his jealousy, greed and poor deceitful tactics. He pleaded with Sai crying profusely. He also released Sai’s land back to him and promised never to try a con on his brother again. Sai pulled him close and reconciled with him. They became close brothers again.

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I'm Nidhi Bhatia, currently a media student. I'm an avid writer and a big-time dog lover. I'm also into photography and graphic designing. My aim is to do something, no matter how small or big, to make this world a slightly better place.
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