The Association of Small Bombs - Part 2: Mr. and Mrs. Khurana’s Response to Terror: 1996-1997 (Chapters 6-9) Summary & Analysis

Karan Mahajan
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The section begins in the courtroom. The Khuranas and the Ahmeds fantasize about the best ways to murder the terrorists, but, in the courtroom, when they see the terrorists, they become “dispirited” (67). The terrorists look “middle-class, harmless” (67). Deepa realizes that she does “not trust the government or the courts to do anything” (68). The hearing ends and the next one is set for September. Sharif predicts that the case will last 5-10 years. Vikas insists it will go quicker because the bomb was in Delhi.

On the way home, Deepa tells Vikas that she wants to speak to the court in September. Vikas phones his lawyer-friend Jaidev, but Jaidev says that a mother’s testimony will not do any good. Nonetheless, Deepa and Vikas go to the police station the next day to register...

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