Fantastic Friday Fiction – V
In the fifth edition of my Fantastic Friday Fiction series, I attempt some FF-ers, in the hope that I am able to break my bloggers’ block (:-() once again.
THE GENERAL DIARY
I lost my voice to scream as his bloodshot eyes looked into mine.
My fingers tried to claw into the cold stone floor, my struggle getting feebler each moment.
As he violated me once again, I cursed myself for coming to the police station to lodge a General Diary for loss of my mobile phone.
THE JUDGMENT DAY
The court room was chock-a-bloc. The accused stood in the box, his head hung low. The media was waiting to frame the headlines in this sensational wife-murder case.
"It is a case of suicide." A strong murmur rose.
The accused knew his lawyer would deliver the fifty lakhs on time.
He is free. Again.
THE CASE FILE
He stared at the pages of the Case File for long. It had strong evidence of a scam worth of crores of rupees.
There was no two ways about it. He could no longer remain the CBI Officer-in-Charge of this particular case.
His conscience would not allow covering up of the misdeeds of the Chief Minister.
By now, I am sure the readers have discovered the underlying theme of this edition of Fantastic Friday Fiction – Law Enforcement. I also realised that a tag of "Three 55-ers" are doing the rounds in the blogosphere, whose criteria this post fulfills. 🙂
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