Mr Vivek Kumar Singh, 30 years old, has served in a secret department his entire life; that's what he thought. He was under the impression that serving this department is the noblest thing in the world. And he thought that because he is serving in the department, he is safe from all the hardships. Upon losing everything he had in the pandemic, he finds out that everything that was told to him was not true. It was just a made-up fact by a bunch of people like him who are running a system. And he made a mistake by taking it to be the universal law. He feels betrayed but knowing that he had followed them at his own will, he cannot take revenge either.
Therefore, one fine morning Mr Vivek Kumar Singh drinks a lot and goes to give his resignation to the department. He writes a heartfelt letter to the department telling them that he can not work with them anymore. At this point, he just becomes sad. Instead of accusing them of anything, he blames it all on himself that he was not strong enough to follow them. He still thinks that what the department does is playing God and it is wrong, but he just feels sad.
He reaches the office with his letter, thinking it would be the last goodbye. At least someone would appreciate him for his duties and hardships. But the collecting officer takes that away from him. Goodness is a virtue, you shouldn’t expect anything from it - says the officer in so many words and asks Vivek to not feel bad. He tries to make him see the big picture but never comes out openly, as he himself serves the department. Vivek leaves quietly.
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