August 27, 2016 11:24:01 pm
In a bid to prove his loyalty to Serchan brothers Jai shoots Maya’s father. But to his luck the old man makes a narrow escape as there was no bullet in the gun. Later, Serchan brothers along with Jai leave for the bio lethal virus deal.
On other hand, not receiving any signals from Jai, PM Aditya Singhania gives his nod for drone strikes. Only when the drone sets to shoot off the missile Jai chances upon Haroon’s mobile and sets in a tracker in order to connect with ATU. Receiving signals from Jai, the air strikes are aborted.
A team from ATU follows the trio to the venue of the deal. ATU takes position around the venue and in-site details are monitored via cameras. The images captured are sent to ATU.
Meanwhile, the dealing party arrives. The images shock ATU as the party comprises of a female terrorist wanted in connection to PM’s assassination plan (remember the last season) – she is Mehr. However, the terrorists start quarreling over bringing in Jai along. To this Haroon assures them that Jai works for Serchan’s and is loyal. Mehr, relying upon her instincts, hardly believes the story.
Once the virus is brought in and explained, Roshan plays his game and asks for Rs 2,000 crore instead of 500 crore rupees. This annoys the dealers and there is a skirmish between the three – Roshan Haroon and Mehr and the mediator Suraj.
Sehgal, yet not receiving any signal from Jai, orders ATU to attack the terrorists. However, there’s another story unwinding at the coalition party chief Amar Mane Shinde’s place. He suspects his wife, Saara, of an extramarital affair with Prithvi and calls up PM Aditya to meet him.
Naina accompanies PM overway. Later Aditya asks her to leave cautioning her not to instigate him against Devyani, Prithvi or anyone else. Devyani, on other hand, is called in and asked for blood samples to check if she is still a drug addict. She agrees for the tests.
The episode ends with Jai sending in signals for ATU to take over the charge at the venue. It is to see if the virus is contained or not.
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