Mercy story of the prisoner boy

Mercy story of the prisoner boy

Prisoner boy’s Mercy story

A child was sentenced to imprisonment in a crime. Once he got a chance, he escaped from jail. He was very hungry. So, he went to a nearby hut and asked for something to eat in the nearby village. A very poor farmer family lived in the hut. The farmer said – “Brother! We do not have anything, which we give to you. This year, we have not even been able to produce food. It seems that in a matter of two or four days this small land and the hut will also become anchor. Then what will happen, know only God. “
The farmer forgot his appetite, and the boy forgot his appetite and he felt great pity. He said, “Look, I have run away from jail, if you hand me over to the police, then you will get fifty rupees reward. Tell me, how much money do you have to pay? “The farmer said,” Brother! There are forty rupees; But how do you catch me? “

The boy said – “Just forty rupees are rupees, then it is done; hurry up.”

The farmer did not do much. But the boy’s stubbornness forced the farmer to listen to him. He tied the rope in both hands and put it in the police station. The farmer got fifty rupees. The child has been tried in jail for running away from prison. The farmer was called as a witness for evidence.
“How did you catch the prisoner?”

On asking the ruler, the farmer has heard the whole story really. Everyone was surprised and heard the people gathered and gave the farmer fifty rupees more. The governor was very happy with the kindness of the child. When the previous crime was traced, it became known that he was convicted of a very minor crime. On the recommendation of the Principal, the government left the child altogether and he had great respect and fame. Virtue has happened.

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