Train to Pakistan - Chapter 4, Karma, Section II Summary & Analysis

Khushwant Singh
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Chapter 4, Karma, Section II Summary

Back in Chundunnugger, Chand is tired and unrecognizably aged due to the stress of the last week. He proclaims his indifference to the mass killing, telling the subinspector that they simply have to give the appearance of having tried to stop the massacre. The subinspector knows that Chand is despairing and subtly explains to him that he has been able to evacuate all the Muslims from Chundunnugger. Chand is impressed.

The subinspector then tells him that the Chundunnugger refugees are going to be taken away by the night train, much to Chand's surprise. He also knew of the attack planned on the train. Chand explosively wonders why the subinspector didn't tell the refugee camp commander. The subinspector replies that otherwise the entire town of Chundunnugger would probably be destroyed. He then encourages Chand to use his influence...

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