Sanjay was a short-tempered boy who used to get angry over trivial things. He neither respected his elders nor did he greet anyone in a friendly manner.
One day he forgot to bring his pencil box to the school so he asked one of his classmates to lend him a pencil. Unfortunately his classmate had only one pencil and thus declined his request.
In a fit of anger, Sanjay snatched his pencil and broke it into two pieces. As soon as the teacher came to know about it, she ordered him to leave the class immediately. She even asked him to bring his parents the next day without whom his entry to the class would be barred.
Next day, the principal scolded Sanjay in front of his parents which infuriated him to such an extent that he picked up the pen kept upon the table and threw it on her due to which she immediately rusticated Sanjay from the school.
Vexed by their child’s constant pestering, Sanjay’s parents decided to send him to a boarding school. He thought that his parents didn’t like him at all which enraged him to such an extent that he started bullying other students and used to beat those who wouldn’t accept his commands.
One day, while having dinner in the school’s mess, one of his friends dropped curd on his shirt by mistake. Sanjay got so annoyed that he punched him on the face and kicked him due to which he was admitted in the hospital. Sanjay was again rusticated from the boarding school and his parents were informed to collect their ward from the school’s premises but he somehow made his way out without anyone knowing about it.
Since he was quite infamous because of his angry nature and bad attitude therefore no one supported him when he needed it the most. Thus to feed himself and earn a living, he entered into the world of crime. He started to pickpocket and loot people.
One day while boarding a train, Sanjay tried to pickpocket a man but as soon as he turned around, he was caught by that person. Later on it was revealed that he was an army soldier who was returning to his home on leave.
Finally after catching him, the police threw him behind the bars but he still showed no sign of improvement. He was constantly involved in fights with his cell mates and thus the police concluded that he was not mentally stable and therefore sent him to a mental asylum where he lived for the rest of his life.
MORAL: HAVE CONTROL OVER YOUR ANGER.