A society ridden with cast and religion and enmeshed in poverty where feudal polished by colonial rule always employed ‘Routine’ and ‘Rule slavery’ methods, two young people men and women are joined in struggle to challenge ‘put down’ methods. In the hilly environment of chilling cold two young people from two different streams of life joined together to expose organizational corruption going on in a hydro electric project. This was bound to irritate many who were eating huge funds from the project outlay. On one hand people were employing project funds for advancing their personal businesses and living the life of comforts of luxuries workers at bottom were living in most miserable conditions.
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