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

Khushwant Singh
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Chapter 4, Karma, Section IV Summary

Chand no longer feels elated by his plan; he has released Iqbal and Jugga and knows little about them. He does not know if they will do as he hoped. He also does not know if he could get his magistrates to help him. He then thinks to himself about how great magistrates motivated their men and considered his own. He also regrets letting his prostitute go back to Chundunnegger and feels guilty for developing feelings for her. She was in the train. Chand despairs, starts to cry and then starts to pray.

After eleven, the moon comes up near the railway. The line over the railway line has been tied. The boy commands the men to be quiet so that they can hear the train. And on it comes. A long way beyond the station, a...

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