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~ ReVeNge ~

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“Sir, we found a dead body of a person killed in a mysterious way near the Cooum River. He must be at least 40 years.”
“Mysterious? I will be there in ten minutes. Inform forensic and photography departments to complete the formalities.”
“We will do that Sir.”


I disconnected the call, turned towards my wife for her response.
Sweetheart, don’t say me that you have to leave at this time of the night
Idiot... I have to, because it’s my duty, sleep well
I dressed up and started to Cooum River.



“When can we expect Siddesh?” DSP Rajesh shouted Rahul in anger.
“I am here…. Come Rahul let us move to the spot”
“Oh Shit... This is horrible...”
“Sir, this should be a planned murder”
“I hope so. Did we find any clues?”
“No, we didn’t”



I closely analyzed the body, “The dead man face is in deep blue color. His eyes are wide open, completely blue and blood has clotted in his eyes. His nose is completely filled with white color substance and it may be salt or any white powder. Some sharp substance is used to pierce his face skins. ‘REVENGE’ is the only word that strikes my mind.

“The observer has observed” Rahul said.

After observing his body deeply I said, “Rahul, publish these pictures in paper to find their family members”

“Sure we will do that Sir”
“Or... Wait a minute. I don’t think this photo would help to find their relatives instead invert it to black and white and match it with the Voter’s ID list.”
“Sir, do you think the photo in the Voter’s ID will match with the original face?”
“That’s why I asked you change it to black and white” I smiled.


In about half-an-hour, Rahul identified the person using the voter’s list.

His details
Name: Dayalan P
Spouse Name: Manjula D
Age: 35
Address: 23/93, Sivan Coil Street, Kasikuppam.

And found their family details too. We left to the above-mentioned address to unravel the mysteries behind his murder.



“Is someone there in the home?” Rahul shouted

A small boy came out of the house answering our question and I became wordless on seeing the little one.

“Where is your father Dayalan?”
“He must be drinking in any wine shop or he may be lying somewhere on the road or in his keep house”

I am shocked on hearing his weary answer. So I enquired about his mother. That’s when his eyes moistened; voice trembled, and he said, “Uncle, my mom died a month before because of gas stove explosion”. A tear is my response because my voice trembles to reveal about the death of his father but Rahul helped me to convey the news. We took the little boy with us to confirm the body. “Daddy... Daddy…” the little one screamed with tears and it took hours for us to complete rest of the formalities before the little boy dad’s funeral.

“Get me a cigar buddy,” I said to Rahul...




I completed my last puff
I am happy for you dear. Congrats for yet another feather in your cap
Ish, it is not just a feather but a lesson
Lesson”, her eyes puzzled and my silence ignited her fuel.
Lesson… I am confused. How did you trap the murderer?


"When I closely analyzed the dead body, I observed that his face is in deep blue color and it is because of ink or dye but the lab results confirmed that it is ink. His nose is completely filled with white color substance; it can’t be salt because it will evaporate soon but not the chalk piece powder. Some sharp substance is used to pierce his face and the pattern resembled an ink pen. Lastly a strand of hair was found in his right hand which when tested matched the DNA of his son, Raghav. Then while searching the dead man house we found an ink pen with broken nip, which had a pierced tissue in it. When tested it matched the sample of the dead man and the fingerprints on the pen matched with the little boy."

Great. That’s how you closed the case?
Nah, the little one confessed the truth in our interrogation.
Confessed
Yes… Revenge
Revenge on DAD? What could be the reason?
Mom…
Mom?


"The little one’s father, the dead man is an alcohol addict who drinks daily and fights with his family. On May 10th night he was fully drunk, fueled by the news that his wife has an illegal relationship with someone, he tortured her by piercing her eyes, stabbed her bosom and finally killed her by cutting her neck. On realizing that he has killed his wife, he created a gas stove explosion and burnt her to ashes to paint the murder as an accident. But the little one somehow learnt the truth when he was drunk the other day. He decided to kill his father, a revenge for his lovable mom’s death and the result is his intelligence in killing his father in a mysterious way. I couldn’t believe my ears when he revealed the truth but I have to. I wished to set him free but my uniform doesn’t allow me to do that. So"

So
I produced him before the court.
What did the judge say?

Imprisonment for the next five years for the little one”, a teardrop fell down when I said this to Isha.

Sid, control yourself” only the words said so but her tears revealed the truth, after all we are human beings. We can just shed tears, other than that nothing else can be done. She came close to me and said, “It is time for my sweet revenge

...TRUST
and be...
...TRUSTED
Author’s Appeal: REVENGE is the stupid solution for broken trust. It may be your dad, mom or any close relations but when trust is broken, either they commit suicide or they revenge. Better, trust them, spread the love and stay happily.. SAY NO TO ALCHOL AND CIGARETTE

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48 comments:

  1. Nice post buddy, just felt that it ended too suddenly!
    Anyways, good luck with the competition :)

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  2. first of all i must say the story is very realistic. the facts and scripting were natural, just like in real life episodes. the ending was also very practical in the sense that no artificial miracles were added to it. it is just versed as it should be. overall nice.

    best wishes for your competition, hope you win:))

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  3. Gosh...is this a real story SiS? Most of the slum dwellers in Chennai are drunkards who ruthlessly resort to domestic violence. Loved the character Raghav. Love makes us kill for it...Well written story!

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  4. God.. I am afraid is this a real story? Most of the people in slum are drunkards. They indeed involve in such stupidity. How you are able to maintain such suspense in your post. Hats of to you...............

    What a thoughtful post? I acknowledge your appeal and lucky to read this post. Moreover I see the Romantic Verser romancing at all possible places. I seriously await your NOVEL.

    What can I say more? Congrats for winning this contest. I am 1000% sure that you will win this contest. Congrats for winning IndiBlogger Contest too. love, bala

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  5. @ Animesh Ganguly

    Buddy, thank you so much for you sweet comment.. Happy to have you here.. I don't watch to drag the post bud.. Thanks and Good luck to you too..

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  6. @ fantacy in practicality

    first of all i must say the story is very realistic. the facts and scripting were natural, just like in real life episodes. the ending was also very practical in the sense that no artificial miracles were added to it. it is just versed as it should be. overall nice.

    best wishes for your competition, hope you win:))


    First, thanks a lot for your sweet comments.. Happy Man.. and aww thank you.. What more a writer can expect other than such sweet encouraging comments.. Happy happy happy..

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  7. @ Cloud Nine

    Gosh...is this a real story SiS? Most of the slum dwellers in Chennai are drunkards who ruthlessly resort to domestic violence. Loved the character Raghav. Love makes us kill for it...Well written story!

    Cloud Nine, what do you think?.. It happens in most of the part of the world and so is this..Thank you so much for your sweet comments and wishes. Happy Man..

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  8. @ bala

    God.. I am afraid is this a real story? Most of the people in slum are drunkards. They indeed involve in such stupidity. How you are able to maintain such suspense in your post. Hats of to you...............

    What a thoughtful post? I acknowledge your appeal and lucky to read this post. Moreover I see the Romantic Verser romancing at all possible places. I seriously await your NOVEL.

    What can I say more? Congrats for winning this contest. I am 1000% sure that you will win this contest. Congrats for winning IndiBlogger Contest too. love, bala


    Sir, I am on Cloud Nine... Someone please help me.. Aww.. Thank you thank you thank you soooooooooooooooooooo much for your encouraging comments..I am wordless here..

    Thanks, I am happy I won in Indi.. Thanks much for all your comments Sir..


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  9. Must say that was a nice story... though the deduction and the end could have been played out better


    ATB for the BAT...

    Read mine at Revenge is best when served cold

    Regards
    Wandering Thoughts

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  10. Though I am not sure if you were inspired by some real incident or so, this story cannot be termed fiction .. I have read such incidents and watched this sort of'revenge'. The plot was woven good and the characterization and conversations depicted reality .. The opening and closing lines of sweet revenge , leaves one with smile with a message in mind .. Good luck buddy :)

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  11. Well said-it is as Gandhi too said-an eye for an eye will make the whole world blind.
    Coming here after a long time and must say that it was a pleasure yet again !!

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  12. well written post! I liked the way you kept the story alive till the vary end.. all the best for blog-a-ton 22 :)

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  13. The moral behind the story is really good and the artwork is well appreciated.You shine as usual
    Iwrite4u

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  14. Interesting story but ended very abruptly, liked the forensic, FBI style conclusion.

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  15. good one...liked reading it.

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  16. this is great...a well thought out tale, nicely spun...

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  17. @ Aashish Sood

    Aashish, I don't wish to drag the post. I am sorry for that.. Thank you so much and glad you like it..

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  18. @ adreamygal

    Though I am not sure if you were inspired by some real incident or so, this story cannot be termed fiction .. I have read such incidents and watched this sort of'revenge'. The plot was woven good and the characterization and conversations depicted reality .. The opening and closing lines of sweet revenge , leaves one with smile with a message in mind .. Good luck buddy :)

    Aww, thank you dreamy.. I am happy to read your sweet comment.. I agreee, this is termed fiction for sure..

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  19. @ Brijender Singh

    Well said-it is as Gandhi too said-an eye for an eye will make the whole world blind.
    Coming here after a long time and must say that it was a pleasure yet again !!


    Brijender, Welcome back to Few MileS.. It is great feeling to read a sweet comment for three time BATOM.. Happy.. and thanks once again for visiting. Do keep visiting..

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  20. @ Sunil Padiyar

    well written post! I liked the way you kept the story alive till the vary end.. all the best for blog-a-ton 22 :)

    Sunil, welcome to Few MileS.. Happy to read your comment.. and thanks for your wishes.. Do keep visiting.. Happy Man..

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  21. @ UmaAnandane

    The moral behind the story is really good and the artwork is well appreciated.You shine as usual

    Uma, so sweet of you.. Thank you.. Will stop by your post soon...

    Someone is Special

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  22. @ sulekkha

    Interesting story but ended very abruptly, liked the forensic, FBI style

    Sulekkha, hope you liked my FBI style.. Hmm.. Happy Man.. Thanks for your sweet comment..

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  23. Enjoyed reading the story. Nice pictures and nicely sequenced events. But not as good as the one that one you Blog-a-ton trophy. Do check out my take : The Fool - Revenge

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  24. As many readers have already expressed, I too felt that the end was abrupt. I also understand that you did not want to drag the story. Anyways, the message is conveyed and that is what matters.

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  25. Interesting plot. Innocent people who are forced by circumstances are so naive that they'll always leave clues and hints that would lead the law to them in little time.

    Nice read.


    Cheers,
    Blasphemous Aesthete

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  26. Good one... The story was good and had a nice twist at the end.
    Here is mine - Revenge

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  27. As always your forte is crime-fiction.....U must write more of this genre, beacuse you have a way of making it look scientific and factual to the reader. Good Luck :)

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  28. @ sush

    Sush, welcome to Few MileS.. Glad you like the story.. Thanks for reading and wish you good luck..

    Someone is Special

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  29. @ Brian Miller

    this is great...a well thought out tale, nicely spun...

    Thank you so much Brian.. It is my pleasure to have you here..

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  30. @ The Fool

    It is sad to hear those from you The Fool.. I am sorry to disappoint you but surely will make you happy the next time you visit me.. Thank you so much for your valuable comment.. SmileS..

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  31. @ aativas

    of course the ending matters a lot.. I just wanted to conclude as FBI style instead of our age old tradition.. Thank you so much for your comments..

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  32. @ Blasphemous Aesthete

    Interesting plot. Innocent people who are forced by circumstances are so naive that they'll always leave clues and hints that would lead the law to them in little time.

    You are absolutely correct BA.. You got my point.. Since the murderer is a little one it is very easy to trace him and make him confess.. SmileS.. Happy Man..

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  33. @ Jingle

    Thank you so much Ji.. Pleasure to have you here.. Happy Man..

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  34. @ Vikram Pyati

    Good one... The story was good and had a nice twist at the end.

    Vikram, thank you so much for your feedback.. It is my pleasure to have you here.. Will surely stop by your soon.. and glad to see 'good' many times in your comment.. Happy Man..

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  35. @ Shilpa Nair

    As always your forte is crime-fiction.....U must write more of this genre, beacuse you have a way of making it look scientific and factual to the reader. Good Luck :)

    Aww, Shilpa, thank you so much for your sweet encouraging words.. Sure will write more of this genre.. and happy that people like you love it a lot.. Thanks and SmileS..

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  36. Hey Special a nicely crafted tale which could also be true. Domestic violence is a brutal reality of our times. To tell you the truth. I almost wrote on similar lines to you but then changed it the way i turned out.

    ATB for BAT. :)

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  37. nicely written....sends a inner message on domestic violence...best served is love and understanding..we fail at it most of the times...

    now on the story where from chalk-piece came in...he stabbed his dad with pen and then ???....and how did siddesh spot clotted blood in blue inked eyes??.........these are some questions simply because i love too ask them at detective fictions..... i loved the story man ....whose voters id is it...is it real...that was the best....all the best for detective siddesh;0

    here is mine

    the revenge of aparniyan- Revenge

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  38. Good.. Keep writing..

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  39. beautiful story ..
    but in the end you said "REVENGE is the stupid solution for broken trust." .. I dont agree to that .. it is not ..

    Ask the boy who did tht , instead of a tear he will have a smile knowing well that he has got rid of a evil person ..

    I as a person will always want to take revenge on THE ONE, but maybe its my lost love or whatever that i am quiet but I know that I will have a smile when and IF i have my revenge .. sometimes its not that easy to jsut give up..
    when life is in turmoil and one person is responsible and you see the same person having a ball of a time and enjoying there life without a ounce of guilt or anything , and maybe schemeing the same with someone else .. then I do feel revenge is the right thing to do ..

    moreover killing or getting rid of EVIL is always a good thing ..

    I sound horrible but life experiences teach one a lot and influence what you do all the time ..

    neverthless its a lovely story .. my heart goes out to the little boy hope after five years he comes out with a smile ..

    Bikram's

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  40. Actually I'm starting to believe that the only kind of justice that we will ever get in this life is the one where we exact revenge for our loved ones.

    Good one:)
    All the best..

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  41. @ Vikas Khair

    Hey Special a nicely crafted tale which could also be true. Domestic violence is a brutal reality of our times. To tell you the truth. I almost wrote on similar lines to you but then changed it the way i turned out.

    Thanks Vikas for your beautiful encouraging comments.. Happy Man..

    Someone is Special

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  42. @ Anonymous

    Thanks, hope to see you here with your identity..

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  43. @ Bikramjit

    beautiful story .. but in the end you said "REVENGE is the stupid solution for broken trust." .. I dont agree to that .. it is not ..

    Ask the boy who did tht , instead of a tear he will have a smile knowing well that he has got rid of a evil person ..

    I as a person will always want to take revenge on THE ONE, but maybe its my lost love or whatever that i am quiet but I know that I will have a smile when and IF i have my revenge .. sometimes its not that easy to jsut give up..
    when life is in turmoil and one person is responsible and you see the same person having a ball of a time and enjoying there life without a ounce of guilt or anything , and maybe schemeing the same with someone else .. then I do feel revenge is the right thing to do ..

    moreover killing or getting rid of EVIL is always a good thing ..

    I sound horrible but life experiences teach one a lot and influence what you do all the time ..

    neverthless its a lovely story .. my heart goes out to the little boy hope after five years he comes out with a smile ..


    Aww, Bikram.. REVENGE IS GOOD but not in all cases.. I don't know how to reply to you.. Because my heart always suggest me to forgive but my brain suggest the other solution..

    I go with my heart.. Hmm.. Thanks for your comment. I am super glad.. and I agree that people should get rid of evil person but they can do that by forigiving them also..

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  44. @ the critics

    nicely written....sends a inner message on domestic violence...best served is love and understanding..we fail at it most of the times... now on the story where from chalk-piece came in...he stabbed his dad with pen and then ???....and how did siddesh spot clotted blood in blue inked eyes??.........these are some questions simply because i love too ask them at detective fictions..... i loved the story man ....whose voters id is it...is it real...that was the best....all the best for detective siddesh;0

    Aww.. Thank you so much Critics for your sweet comment.. So here comes my reply..

    "He stabbed his dead with his ink pen all over his face and he filled his nose with chalk piece powder (from school) to prevent him from breathing and poured ink on his face and eyes. As he used ink pen to pierce all over his face, his eyes and that's the reason for the blood clot."

    Thanks again... SmileS..

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  45. @ Priyanka
    .
    Actually I'm starting to believe that the only kind of justice that we will ever get in this life is the one where we exact revenge for our loved ones.

    Thanks Priyanka.. Welcome to Few MileS.. Do keep visiting..

    Someone is Special

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  46. awwwwwwwwwwwwwww.............. i feel bad for the kid.. who lost his childhood...


    i know how it feels...


    anyways... a perfect story..

    keep it up :)

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  47. @ shweta

    awwwwwwwwwwwwwww.............. i feel bad for the kid.. who lost his childhood...


    i know how it feels...


    anyways... a perfect story..

    keep it up :)

    it is very very hurting na.. Hmm..

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