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The Game is Afoot... - part 2 - The Benazir Card

Post by ShaliniRobinson on 2013-12-18, 12:34

The Benazir Card
 
I remember that when:
 
1- Shareef was captured he was sitting leisurely in his hiding place, till Jalal's army went in and easily captured him.

2- Adham asked Shareef how he got captured, Shareef informed that it was willingly that he gave himself in getting caught.

3- Adham and Shareef are in the same Kaal Kothri.

4- Maaham is busy
1.       Planting herself as someone whom Jalal would (as usual) trust blindly. She is gloating on one very important fact - that it is she who is running the show and everyone is so busy watching it that no one knows who has done the mischief.
2.       Taking away the people whom Jalal trusts, specifically Jodha. What this does is that Jalal is currently confused and angry. He is bound to make at least one bad decision that'll cost him more than he thinks it would.
 
Now, comes Benazir.
 
Benazir - it does seem that she's a part of war spoils from the battle with Abu Maali.
 
Shareef has gotten himself caught willingly + Benazir comes in with war spoils =  the man, Abu Maali, deliberately left her behind to plant her into the royal palace against Jalal.
 
Her sole aim is to weaken Jalal against the people he has been dependent on – big time lately – his begums.
 
Shareef is launched against Jalal and Jodha.
Adham is launched against Jalal and Ruqaiya.
Maaham is launched against Jalal, Jodha, and Ruqaiya -- and as per her knowledge, the three have joined hands.
 
Abu Maali is a rebel in any case and wants the sultanate for himself - as do Adham and Shareef.
 
There is something more than what one sees in Benazir. She is probably linked to Shareef, with whom now Adham has joined hands.

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Chinks in Jalal’s Armor
 
It was a weak move to have Shareef move in with Adham in the Kaal Kothri.
Jalal is completely unaware that right under his nose, a trap is being laid. It is so well in progress and so hidden that he hasn't sniffed it at all.
He learnt of the Abu Maali rebellion and thought he'd quenched it with war.
He thought he captured Shareef and put him in prison - and thinks it is enough. He leaves him alive as of now - even if it is for the sake of his sister.
 
Will it be too late before Jalal is alerted that there is more than meets the eye?
 
True, Jalal has weak points in his structure.
Consider this a weeding process, by which he can take out the poisonous bits. Of course, weeding is never easy. It is tedious and, sometimes painful.
 
However, what is also true is that - Jalal does have a network of people who are loyal to him. Atgha Khan, Ruqaiya, Salema ... and yes, Jodha too.
 
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The Maaham Anga Angle
 
I wonder if she is aware of the Shareef- Adham - Abu Maali alliance and the Benazir Card.

I wonder that if she was informed, then is her plan aligned with the other conspirators.

I wonder if she even supports such a plan - or her use of Benazir is only to avenge Adham and get Jodha out of the palace.

I wonder if she is thinking as big as her son and his new friends.

Whatever it may be -- Maaham thinks she is running everyone. It'll be sad to see if she is not aware of where her son is running.

And whatever the outcome - will manage to salvage her son from the ruins of Benazir, Shareef and Abu Maali, this time?


 
Adham is in a far hotter soup this time.
 
 
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Fandom Hopes…
 
One only hopes that considering serious efforts are made in laying down of the trap. The breaking of this trap is done via Jalal, the king. One needs to see the return of the king who won the Moghal sultanate on his own, subdued many rajyas, made mincemeat of dhawalpur king, .... and of course, gone thru emosonal atyachaar of Jodha Begum.
 
One hopes it isn't a king who has to be awakened by his queens and rescued by his queens. Nothing against the women folk gaining power and might in the palace - but one needs to have a Jalal worthy of being called Akbar one day - not just on humanitarian grounds or giving equal place to women, but also being an effective king, a shrewd strategist, and a powerful administrator.
 
It'll also be sad if the whole deed as done for Tasneem's case --
Where after all was done, Maaham sees that Jalal had something planned - in retrospect.
 
One would like to see it - as Jalal goes with it actually – as done for Rattanpur Fort – Blow by Blow.
 
One would like to see Jalal – The Shah-en-Shah
 
Jalal – Give, for once, something for which Jodha looks up to you. Until now, you have managed to yield to her, feel sorry before her, or get insulted on account of her.
 
She's seen the man behind the king. For once, let her see why you are the Shah-en-shah. And let us see too.
 
 
Jalal - this one should be right up your alley.


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Re: The Game is Afoot... - part 2 - The Benazir Card

Post by amimus on 2013-12-18, 13:10

Hey Shalini that's a wonderful post.

Agree it's time to see Jalal as the Shen-en-Shah and not just merely dependent on his queens. I want to see the shrewd , powerful Jalal as in Sukanya's wedding .

Lets see what Benazir has in store for us.

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Re: The Game is Afoot... - part 2 - The Benazir Card

Post by ShaliniRobinson on 2013-12-18, 19:39

Thank you, buddy! :)

Yup am too looking forward to how Benazir deals with them and how she is dealt with :D

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