Silence! The Court Is in Session - Act Three, pages 111 - 116 Summary & Analysis

Priya Adarkar Vijay Tendulkar
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The action is continuous.

Kashikar suddenly announces that he wants to break legal tradition, and offer evidence. Sukhatme is doubtful, but Kashikar says that the case has great social significance, and demands that Sukhatme ask his permission, as judge, for tradition to be put aside. Kashikar agrees, and takes the stand. He then speaks of traveling to visit a colleague, whose “greatness is different” from his own (112), and then says that while there, he overheard a conversation between the colleague and a young woman. When he asked his colleague about the conversation, the colleague says the woman was a teacher who wants the Education Society “to drop an enquiry” against her (112). Kashikar describes his curiosity about the woman’s identity, eventually revealing his belief that it was Miss Benare. He then describes again visiting the colleague, and overhearing the colleague say...

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