Gopi Nath Paul

By: The Death Sentence

A travel-loving VIP girl was confined within city for political turmoil. Her father arranged a personal security and passion was back to its own rhythm – he took her several places and gradually grew friendship. Against a woman abuse, the person killed several evil bodies, but the state couldn’t prove it, however accused for molesting and killing a woman. The court implied verdict of death-sentence. First, the girl didn’t believe and accept but somehow, convinced. She went to watch his painful death which supposed to take place in a solitary space, and there falls in trap plotted by executers. Ultimately, was saved by the injured guard. Now, she envisaged him and owned forever – unfortunately, on next morning, he left her forever.

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