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The convoy left the place, sped on its way by cheering masses. Small but enough to cheer the dusty travelers. .
“We did good, didn’t we?” said the Man, with a sigh.
“Just one more and then you would be speeding on your way”, replied his secretary, smiling away.
“Yeah, just across that bridge, a ten-minute stop, then the highway and bliss!”
The car ground to a stop.
“Baa, baaaa, baa, baaa..”.
“Just a flock of sheep crossing.”
“They will only mill around more”.
Gheraoed, the Man fumed, by dumb animals!
*Gherao, meaning “encirclement,” is a word originally from Hindi/Bengali/Marathi. It denotes a tactic used by labor activists and union leaders in India. Usually, a group of people would surround a politician or a government building until their demands are met, or answers given.