Chapters:

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Chapter 11

gudiya last

 

Sun shined and the morning rays entered the huge blue coloured building, which had huge banners fixated on the front wall, and the whole building appeared to be an old, rusty one. There was a tiny name plate, probably too old and tarnished that only the name ‘Evans’ was visible on it. From the outer appearance, it looked like a weak building, but who knew that life begged to survive inside it. The girls were in bondage and tortured so brutally!

‘Are you sure this is the place?’ Dixit examined the building from top to bottom.

‘Well, outer appearance really can’t explain the things happening inside!’ Jay pointed out.

‘What are we waiting for? Let’s break in!’ Dixit along with some Thai police officials broke in the house of Grace Evans where she was supposed to live.

She had no knowledge about this sudden raid, and she was sitting comfortably on her couch, but was startled as she saw some cops entering.

‘Are you Grace Evans?’ Jay asked.

‘Yes, I am!’ the woman spoke.

She was barely in her mid-forties, fair skin, short in height, merely reached Jay’s shoulder, freckles on her face, and a heavy pair of spectacles that looked like a burden on her nose. At first, Jay couldn’t believe that she was the woman who made life miserable for Gudiya and Sana.

Where on one side, Jay and Dixit with some police officials, broke in at Evans’ place, on the other side, Mahi, Sana and the remaining crew, with surgeons, went to the graveyard, rescued Gudiya and took her to the hospital for medical assistance.

‘Don’t worry, you’ll be alright!’ Mahi was wiping off the sweat from Gudiya’s forehead.

‘Who are you?’ Gudiya spoke in a weak voice.

‘I am Mahi, Jay’s…’ Mahi suddenly stopped. She had no relation to Jay, at least not till today!

Gudiya smiled feebly and they all placed her on stretcher, keeping in mind her four months pregnancy, and moved her to the hospital.

‘Where is the transmitter, do you have any idea?’ the Doctor asked.

Gudiya turned over, and pointed towards her right leg. The doctor detected it with a metal detector, they operated on her, and took it out. It was still working, Grace Evans must’ve known about her movement, but they didn’t care anymore as Jay was there to handle the rest.

‘Will I be alright?’ Gudiya asked the Doctor.

‘You are completely alright! What has happened to you? Nothing! We have examined you; even your child is healthy!’ Doctor smiled.

Gudiya was filled with a new hope, of living a new life, with a new energy. She thanked Mahi and the rest of the crew. She couldn’t thank them more. She hugged Sana.

‘Ma’am, the passports are done.’ A crew member rushed in with two passports of Sana and Gudiya. They had talked to the Indian Embassy in Thailand and arranged for emergency passports for the girls. The embassy agreed upon providing an emergency passport, and even a visa on such a short note.

Mahi looked at the passports, and handed it over to Gudiya. She couldn’t believe it! She kissed her ticket to freedom, and folded her hands to thank them all.

‘You don’t need to do this, Gudiya. Relax! You are four months pregnant, and you need rest…’

‘Without you, I would have died, and you talk about taking rest? If I’m alive, and if my child is alive today, it’s all because of you!’ Gudiya smiled with a tear in her eye.

On the other hand, Jay and Dixit were both focused upon Grace Evans.

‘They are lying, sick bitches!’ the woman was screaming.

‘Yeah, right!’ the police official dragged her from her hand-cuffs in the van.

‘Leave me, I’m not doing anything illegal!’

‘We have a warrant, the victim is alive, we have the video, if you do not co-operate, we have the order to shoot you too!’ the official pointed a gun at her forehead. The woman shut up immediately!

‘Mission Accomplished!’ Dixit hugged Jay.

‘You know, Jay? Without you, I wouldn’t have done this. And I came here, not to get most shocking story of the history, but to rescue that innocent girl. I couldn’t help myself…and I really want to meet her now. Mahi informed me that they’re in hospital and she’s alright.’

‘Let’s go then…’ Jay hopped in the back seat of the car and they all went to the hospital.

They reached hospital within minutes. The car came to a screeching halt in front of the hospital. Jay and Dixit ran towards the room. They opened the door and found a smiling, happy woman, lying on bed. It was Gudiya. Nothing satisfied Jay anymore, he looked up and thanked God for making his wish come true. Gudiya flashed her passport and Jay smiled back. She folded her hands to thank him, he came rushing in, and held her hands.

‘You don’t need to, Gudiya. You don’t know how worried I was when I was told that you died…’

Gudiya said nothing, but she held Mahi’s hand, and placed it over Jay’s hand. She did something that gathered her claps and cheers from all around. The crew members could never gather enough courage to do such a thing ever! But Gudiya did it.

Jay got up, and everyone expected an outburst, but they all were shocked as he hugged Mahi and kissed her on her forehead.

‘I love you…Will you marry me?’ Jay proposed to her in front of everyone. They all clapped and cheered. Such an unusual proposal it was, in a hospital. But nevertheless, love never sees a place.

‘I will!’ Mahi said and jumped to hug Jay. They kissed, and everyone clapped!

‘Quick, everyone, we need to rush in. Our flight is in few hours!’ Jay signalled everyone to move outside the hospital. The Doctors discharged Gudiya, and they said she could travel.

‘But don’t we have a flight day after tomorrow?’ Mahi said.

‘No! Dixit hired a chartered plane, and we’re flying today. We’ll be in India in a few hours…’ Jay said and left the hospital room.

‘India…’ Gudiya sighed. She heard the name after ages, and it was a long time since she visited her country the last time! She couldn’t be happier today.

They all boarded the flight and returned to India. Gudiya was famous, as the story had already been on heights in India, and with a few more interviews with Jay on Channel ‘R-News’, her story came into limelight. People cried and sobbed and everyone felt sympathy for her. They all were connected to her, and her story.

After Six Months

Gudiya returned with Sana, to Sana’s hometown, Agra, where she gave birth to a beautiful daughter. She named it Mahi, to honour Jay and his sacrifices and struggle to take her out of that mess. They decided to visit the Taj-Mahal in evening. Sitting in front of Taj Mahal, Gudiya asked Sana:

‘Is it true that Shah Jahan got it constructed for Mumtaz? He loved her so much, really?’

‘Yes! Not only this, he also planned to construct a black Taj Mahal, just in front of this one, where his body was supposed to be buried, but it never happened, as his cruel son Aurangzeb imprisoned his own father, and so, Shah Jahan was buried in this Taj Mahal only, along with Mumtaz. And till today, they are together…’

‘Love exists…it does!’ Gudiya kissed little baby Mahi’s forehead.

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  Comments (39)

  • pratikshya..

    August 2, 2013

    nice story..wan 2 read nxt part..:-)

    • Mehek

      August 2, 2013

      All chapters are uploaded here only, dear. Just click on the numbers to move on to the next chapters 🙂

  • syed mofassir

    August 18, 2013

    d story is well written…..an inspiring one…
    if I get a chance to help one such victim of dis hellish bussiness I would do anything 2 pull back from dis cruel prostitution…

    • Mehek

      August 18, 2013

      Thank you very much 🙂 if the government is supportive, scenario can be definitely changed.

  • harsha

    August 25, 2013

    whatttaaa story Mahi.. got tears.. hatsoff girl !! god bless.. keep writing 🙂

    • Mehek

      August 25, 2013

      Thanks a lot 🙂 and my name is Mehek, not Mahi 🙂

  • savita

    August 25, 2013

    gr88888 work dear…..really awsm…..touchng story….n d bitter truth also..,,,

    • Mehek

      August 25, 2013

      Thanks!

  • swati

    August 26, 2013

    this story brout tears in my eyes…we spend thousands a day nt caring sumone sell der body just to get their meal…wish cud help atleast one of them releasing them from such hells..:'(

    • Mehek

      August 26, 2013

      thanks dear 🙂 There are still some people who selflessly help others 🙂

  • Hemal

    August 27, 2013

    Very nice and touching story.
    We r very busy in our own materialistic and selfish beings that we r not able to see the sorrows of other people which r far more realistic than our.
    It is situation which jay faced that will bring us to our real senses and we will think of helping others.

    • Mehek

      August 27, 2013

      Exactly! But nowadays, nobody has the time to do anything for anyone. Even if we see a poor beggar on traffic signal, we’ll prefer to drive fast and ignore him, instead of donating some money, which maybe nothing to us, but everything to that poor soul! 🙂

  • manpreet

    September 29, 2013

    just finished this whole story at once… its really gud… touching story…. now i’m just going to buy ur book ,which i’ven’t read yet… 🙂

    • Mehek

      September 30, 2013

      Thanks! I hope you like Chained too, happy reading 🙂

  • neha

    October 8, 2013

    Ausm story ….infact felt like i ws experiencing it live…….
    .congratulations …to u uuu n tq u for writing it……

    • Mehek

      October 8, 2013

      Thanks a lot 🙂

  • dawn

    October 9, 2013

    Amazingly beautiful!! 🙂
    Gonna read all the stories of ur blog tdy!! 🙂

    • Mehek

      October 9, 2013

      haha 😀 Thanks… 🙂

  • Samayita

    October 11, 2013

    awesome………touched my heart!! :'(

    • Mehek

      October 14, 2013

      Thanks dear 🙂

  • Samayita

    October 14, 2013

    u rite awesome lov stories!! cn u rite a few more..?

    • Mehek

      October 15, 2013

      Of course why not? 😉 let my exams be over I’ll be back with a lot more 😀

  • shubhangi

    January 27, 2014

    Your writing is so damn captivating….really looking forward to read your novel CHAINED…. 😀

    • Mehek

      January 27, 2014

      Thank you dear 🙂

  • Pranjal

    May 12, 2014

    awestruck.. !!
    I was actually living the story.. you narrated it so so beautifully.. as if I know the characters.. gudiya.. jay.. mahi..!
    the way you described every situation from Bangladesh to Thailand.. n graveyard to taj mahal.. it was beautiful… its 4 am.. m habing my external vivas tomorrow… n al I am doing is reading dis story.. 😀
    your writting is really addictive.. 🙂

    • Mehek

      May 12, 2014

      That’s the nicest compliment I’ve got for Gudiya, there were more critics to be honest! But thank you 🙂 And do study, don’t screw up your exams. The stories are going to stay here but your exams will pass away…All the best!

  • Prachi

    June 14, 2014

    i can’t define with words how marvelous this story is!!! kudos (y) keep writing such stories dear… u r a great writer indeed…i was extremely sad to read that gudiya died…but yeah…there is the almighty….it seems all so real…real happenings…real characters..playing in my mind…. don’t know what to say…keep writing dear 🙂

    • Mehek

      June 14, 2014

      Thanks a lot Prachi 🙂 Means a lot! Keep reading and stay connected. There are a lot more stories to come 🙂

  • RaVi

    July 2, 2014

    Message*spechless…outstndng MaHaK…….

    • Mehek

      July 2, 2014

      Thanks Ravi, and the name is ‘Mehek’ 🙂

  • Irtayag

    July 25, 2015

    I m speechless… amazing.. how deeply u think and so nicely u pen it down. I was so engrossed into the story.. I cud visualise it. All the characters as if I m not reading it rather watching it live.
    Beautifully written and the message is also so touching..

    • Mehek

      July 25, 2015

      Thanks Gayatri…Gudiya was one of the toughest stories for me to pen down, because writing about prostitution and the ill-fated people associated with it is never easy, but I’m glad I could write it… 🙂 Thanks for reading it! You can follow my latest story here – http://www.mehek.in/fiction/inconsistent-love

  • Behshid Khairdi

    December 14, 2015

    Hello Mehek…..I am totally gripped to your stories….each story teaches me something,all kinds of stories are here..happiness,marriage,horror,black magic….I am savouring each and every story….just wanna thank u for all this…

    • Mehek

      December 15, 2015

      Hello Behshid 🙂 Thank you very much for your kind words of appreciation. I’m glad you liked my blog! Keep reading and stay connected…

  • Daisy

    April 16, 2016

    wow! literally brought tears to my eyes….it’s very sad that these kind of evils are still prevalent…..i wish the sufferers in real life have a happy ending just like gudiya in this story….but i guess that’s the differene between stories and real life….real lives do not always have a happy ending, do they? oh, but how i wish some real life jay would pop up from somewhere and help real life gudiyas….
    yeah, i know i am bad at explaining…
    anyway, now coming on to your writing skills, hw i wish i had a bit of your talent…. from a few days, the name mehek bassi kept coming into my mind, though i did not know why…so i finally searched the internet and am very glad to come across this website….i am a voracious reader and so you know how happy i was when i saw this site…and girl, you are an amazing writer! this is your second story i’ve finished reading in a day…
    i know i talk too much 😀 but hey, i couldn’t help it!!
    well done, mehek! keep writing!!!

    • Mehek

      April 16, 2016

      Thank you so much Daisy! 🙂 Your every comment means a lot to me, I am glad that you liked even the unconventional stories, otherwise most people search for hopelessly romantic love stories alone. Glad to find a reader who values other genres as well, that inspires writers like me to experiment and explore other areas of literature too! Thanks once again…God bless you

  • Kashish Malhotra

    July 31, 2016

    You are outstanding. You are the best.

  • Ankita patel

    December 23, 2018

    You are greatest one. While reading this story, I m feeling like wacthing a very interesting movie. thanx a lot. I m mad for your every story.

    • Mehek

      February 13, 2019

      Thanks a lot Ankita! 🙂 Much love…