Mr. Pirzada meets Lilia's family while he was looking for a place to stay. Lilia's parents invite Mr. Pirzada to join their meals, and asked him if he wanted any help.
Mr. Pirzada then joins dinner with Lilia's family, and talks about his own family out in Pakistan.
He talks about how he's worried because of the growing conflicts during the Indo-Pakistan war. He then leaves candy for Lilia to eat, as thanks. Mr. Pirzada then leaves the country and returns to Pakistan to reunite with his family.
Now, due to the war becoming even worse, Lilia becomes worried and starts writing a letter to Mr. Pirzada.
How have you been, Lilia? Are you doing good? It's me, Mr. Pirzada! I've come back with my family, and the war's ended! We're okay now, you don't need to worry about us anymore.Regards, Pirzada.
Lilia then gets a letter from Mr. Pirzada, stating how he's safe and how he wishes Lilia to be well and that she doesn't have to worry about him anymore.
Lilia, relieved, then throws away the candy she got from Mr. Pirzada because she doesn't need them anymore.