Destiny or Co-incidence
On 14th of august, a simple middle class photographer, after having breakfast, leaves his home for work, not knowing what the day would bring to him. He heads for the local railway station by which he goes to his workshop everyday. While awaiting his train he notices a man sitting few benches away. The man looks a little mysterious by his dressing. He wears a tuxedo and a black hat. He was carrying a black shining suitcase and seemed to be extra protective about it. He noticed that the man was talking to himself.
As he was noticing him, the train arrived on the platform. Being of a curious mind the photographer boarded the same compartment as the mysterious man did. After the train commenced its journey the man settled down and kept the suitcase next to his seat. Being a photographer by profession, he could not resist himself from taking the man’s photo. He portrayed as though he was capturing the scenic beauty. On the third station, the man got down the train but he left his suitcase behind. The photographer was sure now that there has to be something wrong with the man. He picked up the suitcase and ran after him. He followed the man for a while until he disappeared amongst the crowd.
The photographer could not believe he had lost the person. At that time the suitcase was in his hands and feared that he would be associated with its content. As the crowd dispersed and left the station, he sat on a bench and started thinking all sorts of possibilities about what might be in the suitcase. It was not heavy and seemed to be locked. As it was 14th of august, he thought he might have been trapped into a terrorist activity. He thought of going to the police and reporting the incident but then feared that he would be associated with the person and would invite trouble his way.
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He then remembered that his friend, who was an Indian army soldier, was in town for his vacation. He finally decided to visit him and take his opinion as he was living nearby the station. He rushed to the soldier and explained him the situation. The soldier being a good friend tried to help him. He managed to open the suitcase as he was trained to do so in army. After breaking the lock he was cautious not to trigger anything so he opened the suitcase very carefully. They opened the suitcase and noticed it was empty. There was nothing inside but now they could hear small beep sounds from the suitcase.
After noticing for a while the soldier saw that there was a layer of card board which was been put so as to depict that suitcase was empty. They removed the extra card board to find there was a cylinder shaped thing with 3 wires being connected to a digital timer which was sounding the beeps. It was a time bomb which was set for a count down of around 36 minutes. Now both were horrified as to what they were into. They tried to call the police as it was a very serious issue and to defuse the bomb specialised people were required. Within minutes the police arrived at their house and took custody of the suitcase.
The photographer explained the whole situation and showed them the photo of that mysterious man. Police called the bomb squad and tried to defuse the bomb. After great care and precaution they were managed to defuse it. The photographer and the soldier were both taken for further investigations. The police confirmed the time of boarding the train with the photographer and calculated the time which was left for the explosion. They found that the train was going towards the heart of the city where the Independence Day parade rehearsal was under going in a sports ground. The explosion was meant to be for that place.
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After inspections and formalities police left the photographer and the soldier. They were instructed remain in the city for at least 2 months and inform the police before leaving. The photographer then finally went to his home and could not believe what he went through during the day. After 2 weeks he saw in the news that a man was caught which was the same person. Some people call such events as co-incidence but no one can escape their destiny.