He was a senior clerk at municipal office, naturally unsatisfied, struggling and angry about his own work. He was looking for a rescue from his poor state and he came to know the government plan to employ some good workers at areas suffering food shortage and crisis. He thought of devoting himself for this noble cause, hoping for emancipation by serving the human kind, helping the famine hit poor. Yet, it was not that easy to get a chance to be employed at the regions suffering famine. He knew he would need a high approach and references from higher officials and politicians and he was ready to bribe some. All of his colleagues who were employed for the famine relief programme were already glittering like a fresh red rose within a month, while he was still suffering the same old job and he was determined to get a chance at any cost.
He came to my house very early in the morning and said, “Madam, “koi Jugaad lagaao“; help me in finding a way out. I asked, for what?