His prayer to God is like a lawyer's defence of a bad case. Does heargue his case well? What are the points he makes?

Asked by Abhisek | 1 year ago |  231

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He did not argue well. He was mostly trying to impress God and make promises. He said that he had memorised the entire namaaz. He even knew the last ten suratsof the Quran by heart. He said that he was a devoted servant of God and needed the fees money. He admitted his mistake. However, in his defence, he also said that he did not eat all the jalebis. He shared them with other children. He promised that he would never eat sweets with fees money again and if he did, then he would deserve a thief's punishment. He said that there was no shortage of anything in God's treasury. Even thechaprasigot a lot of money for his work. He finally said that he was the nephew of a big officer and therefore, God should give him the money as he had asked for only four rupees.

Answered by Aaryan | 1 year ago

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