A week later the two of us were sitting in our living room. In the afternoon, tea was being drunk in silence.
Byomkesh had been going out regularly in the afternoon for the last few days. Where it goes, I was not told, I did not ask. He would occasionally come across a couple of confidential cases that he did not have the right to disclose to me.
I asked, 'Won't you come out today?'
Byomkesh looked at her watch and said, 'Huh.'
I asked a little narrowly, 'A new case has come to hand, right?'
‘Case? Yes, but the case is a big secret. '
I didn't ask any more questions about him, I just said, 'Is Sukumar's affair all over?'
"Yes, he has applied for probate."
I said, ‘Well Byomkesh, just tell me how to kill Fani; I still can't untangle well. '
Putting down the empty cup of tea, Byomkesh said, "Well, listen, I'm going to tell you what happened one after the other."
‘That afternoon, Motilal had a quarrel with Karalibabu. Sukumar came in the evening and went to explain to Karalibabu. He got out of there and spent about 7:30 in Fani's house; Then he went to see the bioscope. So far there is no noise.
‘Between eight and nine o’clock at night — that is, when Satyavati was in the kitchen, Fani stole thumbs and needles from her house. He understood that Karalibabu would change his will again and this time he would get the property. If he decides, he won't give the old man a chance to change his mind. Fani looked at the old man with poisoned eyes; People with disabilities often have a strange mental weakness — they can't bear to be ridiculed for their physical deformities. Fani had probably been plotting to assassinate Karalibabu for a long time. According to Bamunthakur Ezehar, Motilal left the house at around 11.30 pm. Cannabis users have no idea of time, so Bamunthakur made a little noise for a while. Cannabis users have no idea of time, so Bamunthakur made a little noise. I calculated that Motilal left the house at exactly twenty-five minutes past eleven. It was always his fault that he did not stay home that night.
‘After he left, Fani also left his house. Motilal's house is just below Karalibabu's bedroom, lest there be footsteps, so Fani was waiting so long. It took the sleeping Karalibabu five minutes to chloroform; Then he stabbed him in the neck with an awkward hand. After three bursts, however, the needle reached the right place. If a medical student like Sukumar had done this, there would have been no need to shoot three times.
When he finished Karalibabu and took out his last will from the drawer of the house next to Fani, he saw that the will was in his name.
‘There’s a little room for doubt here. It may be that if Fani goes to the next room with chloroform to Karalibabu and reads the will; When he saw Will in his name, he came back and killed Karalibabu. Whatever it was, it took him ten to twelve minutes to figure it out.
‘Now the question is, what will he do with the will? He could have left it in the right place, but it does not fit Sukumar well. But if you want to save yourself, you want to trap someone.
He hid the vial of will and chloroform in Sukumar's room. He knew that after such a big incident, all the houses would be searched and then the will would also come out. Two birds will die in one fell swoop — Sukumar cannot return then; He returns when the clock strikes twelve.
‘Need to explain anything else?’
"What is the reason for not having a witness signature in the will?"
Byomkesh said thoughtfully, ‘I think Karalibabu wrote the will after eating and drinking, so he did nothing at night. Probably he wanted to get the signature signed by Chakar-Bamun the next morning. '
I smoked silently for a while, then asked, ‘Did you meet Satyavati again? What did he say? Thank you very much? '
Byomkesh shook her head and said, ‘No. If you do pennam only with the area around the neck. '
‘Nice girl but no?’
Byomkesh stood up, raised her index finger and said, "You are older than me, do you remember that?"
‘Yes — why?’
Byomkesh entered the next room without answering. After five minutes he came out with special decorations. I said, "I'm looking at your secret client, a heavy fancy man. I don't mind if he's not a silk Punjabi-wearing detective."
Byomkesh wiped her face with the essence-smeared handkerchief and said, ‘Huh. The search for truth is no longer a matter of chatter, it requires a lot of effort. '
I said, 'You've been searching for the truth for a long time, I've never seen so much decoration.'
Byomkesh said a little seriously, "I've been searching for the truth for a while now."
‘What does that mean?’
‘That means very deep. Let's go. 'Byomkesh smiled and walked towards the door.
‘Satya-oh.’ I jumped up and grabbed his shoulder ধর ‘Satyavati! How long have you been searching for that great truth? Ah Byomkesh! This is your stage at the end. The poet is right when he says - the trap of love is in the world. '
Byomkesh said, ‘Beware. You are older than me, that is, his treasure. The joke won't work. From now on I will call you grandfather. '
I asked, 'Why am I so scared?'
He said, "I look at the writer caste with deep suspicion."
I sighed and said, ‘Well, Grandpa, then.’ I handed over Byomkesh’s head and said, ‘Go, brother, at four o’clock, now go out on the victory march. May you have unwavering devotion to the truth. '
Byomkesh went out.