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Horrible experience My grandfather and grandmother lived in Bombay India during early fifties They lived in a small ghetto and they had two children My grandfather has a job at the newspaper company Indian Times as a journalist My grandmother was a housewife and the two children were a boy Amit and a girl Sheila who were studying in middle school One morning my grandfather woke up and went to work as usual His friend who was also a journalist reported that a riot broke out near the hill Nobody knew what started the riot so every journalist in that Newspaper Company was sent to investigate What started this riot he questioned a man who was hurt in the riot The old Muslim temple on the hill was demolished and the Hindus temple will be constructed on the same place This made Muslims angry so they are killing Hindus he said sharply This news was brought back to the company and soon everyone in the city knew about the riot This riot grew bigger and bigger every minute My grandfather knew it wouldnt be safe here anymore To his family he said We will evacuate this city tomorrow His wife put a blank face and the children were frightened As they were planning to leave the house the next day their house was set on fire that night Everyone screaming My grandfather said Get out the house now Flames were spreading and the thick smoke covered the whole house They can hardly see and breathe The front door was on fire and thats the only exit they can escape from They went upstairs which wasnt on fire yet because rioters started fire on bottom My grandmother shouted Open the window and yell for help They couldnt resist the thick smoke so they had to get out It was a 15-foot drop from the window My grandfather said I will jump
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