When the train had gone, I found myself standing alone on the deserted platform. I had no idea where to spend the night. I had no
When the train had gone, I found myself standing alone on the deserted platform. I had no idea where to spend the night. I had no friends, believing that friends were more trouble than help. And I did not want to make anyone curious by staying at one of the small hotels near the station. The only person I knew really well was the man I had robbed. Leaving the station. I walked slowly through the bazaar. In my short career as a thief, I had made a study of men’s faces when they had lost their goods. The greedy man showed fear; the rich man showed anger the poor man showed acceptance. But I knew that Anit’s face, when he discovered the theft, would show only a touch of sadness. Not for the loss of money, but for the loss of trust. I found myself in the maidan and sat down on a bench. The night was chilly-It was early November-and a light drizzle added to my discomfort. Soon it was raining quite heavily. My shirt and pyjamas stuck to my skin, and a cold wind blew the rain
across my face. (A) Choose the incorrect option that does not aligns with the thoughts of the writer.
(a) Option (1) OMENOTS Option (3)
(b) Option (2) (d) Option (4)
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