Tuesday, October 25, 2016
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Chhote Sahibzade's Pictorial


Without uttering a word he rushed out of the house and started shouting for help to trace the thief.  Mata Gujri called him in and asked him
make unnecessary fuss. Gangu, however, persisted in saying that the thief must be found.

Mataji tried to pacify him and asked him to keep the gold coins if he so wished. At this Gangu flew into rage, " So you are suspecting, me. How ungrateful of you. you refuge and this is the reward I get.
Mataji made every effort  to persuade him to see reason. Gangu, however, would not listen to any advice. He left his house and headed straight for the Police station at Morinda.





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