She had to find a way out – like shifting to Delhi.
Her trusted lieutenant Moo Cool entered her chamber along with Dee Wreck.
‘I have arranged your flight,’ Moo Cool said.
‘Have you ensured that I would get priority landing at Delhi?’
‘I don’t want to waste even one minute extra hovering over the airport. My last experience was awful – I wanted to so badly stretch my legs and had to remain cramped up in the seat.’
‘What will be your real agenda?’ Moo Cool asked.
‘I love to keep people guessing,’ she said. ‘I make my own agenda depending on the circumstances. Right now, my mission is to tease the chaiwallah. He is fooling the common man with all sorts of promises.’
‘Yes. He had said that he would transfer huge sums of money into our bank accounts.’
‘He is still searching for the elusive hidden treasure in a fool’s paradise. Once he gets it, he will certainly share the spoils – but, he has to first f1nd them.’
She walked over to the easel and stared at the canvas - yes, she could see bright prospects in Delhi. The opposition parties were in confusion and she could reap the benefits if she played her cards right. Delhi was the solution to her troubles.
As someone has said, everyone has his own axe to grind. (to be continued …)
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