Train to Pakistan - Chapter 2, Kalyug, Section III Summary & Analysis

Khushwant Singh
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Chapter 2, Kalyug, Section III Summary

Iqbal is left alone in his cell for a week, with only newspapers and magazines. He sees little of Jugga until the day when the policemen bring in Malli and his gang, which infuriates Jugga. When a constable comes by, Jugga makes a joke involving Iqbal, which leads to a conversation. They get to know each other a bit, and Jugga explains where he was during the murder. He also asks Iqbal if he has slept with many European women. Iqbal is disgusted because of his perception that the people of India care only about sex and are obsessed with it. But he lies and says he has had many partners; Jugga claims the same. Jugga asks Iqbal how long he had been in school and it turns out Iqbal had sixteen years of education; Jugga was...

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