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

Khushwant Singh
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Chapter 4, Karma, Section III Summary

When the subinspector releases Iqbal and Jugga, he tells them that Mano Majra has changed and that a tonga is coming for them. That afternoon they leave, and there is little talking. On the way, Iqbal is disgusted that he could be killed over something like his ethnic and religious affiliation; he dreamed of escaping to Delhi and having a news story printed about his heroic imprisonment. Jugga, in contrast, is worried only about Nooran; he hopes she was hiding in the fields.

As the tonga drives past the Sikh temple, Jugga jumps out and runs to the fields. Iqbal gets off as the tonga stops a few moments later. After a prayer is finished, Meet Singh meets with Iqbal and introduces him as Iqbal Singh, a social worker from England. He admits to the group that...

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