Kept Waiting #SundayPhotoFiction

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Your meeting has been rescheduled an hour later,” Guru ji’s man friday informed inspector Sharma who had come to investigate a case, “something urgent has come up.”

Do you want something stronger?” Sharma was about to light his cigarette when the attendant invited him in, “come with me.”

The man must be seriously connected,” Inspector Sharma, thought with a sense of irritation, “he chooses the time to talk to law enforcers!

 “Guru ji addresses devotess from this platform,” aide handed Sharma a rolled joint, as they walked to an open area under a platform, “try, good stuff; for Guru ji’s guests.”

Can’t smoke on duty,” the inspector lit his own cigarette, pocketing the joint commented, “this place looks like a battle field!”

One crazy woman started throwing around things, when guru ji refused to give her appointment,” said the aide smiling, “finally I fixed her a joint and she is happy.”

I have the sample of cigarette,” Sharma realized he has stumbled upon a lead, “I must find out who else visits this place.

Now his conversation with the god man will no longer be shooting in the dark.

Word Count : 189

This little piece of fiction was inspired by the weekly prompt challenge hosted by Sunday Photo Fiction Sep 15th , 2019, for Aspiring Writers. For other stories on the theme, look here.

Note : I am participating in #myfriendalexa @blogchatter

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