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Yes. The police have declared the case closed. My father intends to use the warehouse again from tomorrow now that the thieves have been caught. The tea-chests piling up in the factory are going to be transferred to the warehouse:' They left behind them a delighted Sawana, grinning from ear to ear. Mongla rejoined them a little later. " he asked. "Sawana is definitely bluffing," Rajviranswered. "It was a dark and rainy night, he had no light, the rain washed away the pugIIUlIb yet he is certain that it was a leopard.
What do you think I saw? " Rajvir asked. "No. " Pranjol enquired. " "No, a leopard. " 47 \' "What could 1 do? Hyenas 1can shoo away, but 1 don't tangle with leopards, Chota Sa'ab. " "No, never made an attempt to find it. What was the point? " Rajvir asked. "There were none. " They moved to the cowshed at the back of the hut. The children looked carefully all around them. " Rajvir exclaimed. "I hoped for an exciting tale of how you grappled with a leopard, but all you did was ftighten it away. " "Dh yes," Pranjol replied with a straight face.
We might run straight into the thieves. That wouldn't be safe," Mongla said. " asked A1ka. Pranjol picked up a piece of paper and a pencil from the dispatch-table. "Look," he said, drawing a crude sketch. "It's quite natural that the thieves would begin the tunnel from the south, in the direction of the river. The tunnel can't be too long not more than a hundred metres at most. " They emerged cautiously from the warehouse and moved· towards the direction indicated. It was past working hours, so there was no one among the tea-bushes.