Hemlataa (story-fiction). Part IV.

Continued from part III


Diti G. was a naive, innocent girl of eighteen years when she first met Hemanta. She
lived in the same town as Hemanta, in a quarter provided by the employer of her father about
three hundred meters up the road from Hemanta’s shop. Her father worked as a foreman in
the state electricity department. She had three siblings, one elder brother and two younger
sisters. Her elder brother had graduated and was unemployed and so would roam about the
streets to literally ‘kill his time’. In this way he had, after Hemanta had bought his shop
become acquainted with him and thus would pass the evening in his shop, occasionally
drinking a tea or smoking a cigarette or even, making a phone call. But Hemanta was too
clever to let Diti’s elder brother use his shop as a gossiping and smoking hub and so asked
Diti’s brother to bring his parents and friends to his shop as customers of his PCO. He even
gave his three phone numbers to be used by them as ‘connection numbers’ if one wanted to
send them any information. This brought Diti’s family into direct contact with Hemanta. As
Diti was growing up and was in her final year of her higher secondary course, she required
phone numbers to be sent to her friends to receive information from them. Hemanta used this
opportunity to seduce her. As said earlier, Hemanta had a very high libido from his childhood
which only turned to lust as he grew up. He saw promise in Diti’s fine youthful frame and
also in her innocent eyes. So he offered his love to her. Naive Diti did not comprehend the
inner motives of Hemanta and so swallowed his bait of love. In a few days, they were heels
over head in love. After some months of their love, Hemanta thought of seducing Diti to give
a vent to his lustful instincts. So he began to entice Diti by taking her to restaurants when she
would be returning from college by waiting for her near the college gates and then offering
her a ride home on his scooter. A hungry and tired Diti would only relish those free tea-and-
snacks and enjoy those free rides home. On those occasions, Hemanta would close his shop
for an hour or more to spend time with Diti. After some months of the commencement of
their love, Diti’s elder brother got wind of their affair. But he said nothing to Diti or Hemanta
because Hemanta belonged to the general (caste) category while Diti’s family was in the
backwards caste community. First it was Diti’s elder brother, then the shopkeepers near
Hemanta’s shop and then finally their whole neighbourhood who came to know of their love
affair. Hemanta of course didn’t mind because he knew it would only support his sinister
designs later. Then for about a month, there was a lull in their love as Diti had to stay indoors
for her senior secondary finals. But after these were over, it was resumed with full vigour. At
that time, it was also necessary for Diti to communicate with her friends to know about their
decisions regarding the selection of colleges they will be enrolling into after passing their
secondary exams-hemanta took this opportunity and give Diti his full support to receive her

(to be continued)…

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