Paragraph : A Tokai

Write a paragraph about 'A Tokai' in about 150 words answering the following questions.
  1. Who is a tokai?
  2. How is his dress?
  3. How does he earn his livelihood?
  4. Where does he sleep?
  5. When does his figure seem to be important?
  6. What is the duty of the people towards the Tokais?

A Tokai

'Tokai' is a local Bangla word. It means one who collects or picks up the abandoned things. He is a boy of the street having no home and hearth. He leads a very dirty and unhygienic life. He puts on rags and patched up clothes. Bad smell comes from his body and dress. He roams about in the streets picking up torn papers and clothes, wood and other refuses. He maintains his livelihood by selling those things. Tokais pass their night on the verandahs, of shops, pavement of streets or railway platform. If he can save money, he goes to the cinema hall to enjoy a film. The tokais figure prominent when the political leaders lead to show a large number of supporters. They hire the tokais from the street and give them packet lunch. Durning hartal they are hired for picketing. They also join political processions for money. But these children namely Tokai should not be abused in this way. The people from all walks of life side by side the government have to come forward to help such uncared for children.
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