In what context does Hana remember General Takima? What does she infer?

Question: In what context does Hana remember General Takima? What does she infer? [CBSE (AI) 2010]

Answer: While applying medicine to the young soldier, as Sadao operated on him, Hana wondered if the stories of torture of POWs were true. She then remembered how General Takima ruthlessly beat his wife. Hana deduced that if General Takima could be so cruel to his wife, he could as well be extremely cruel to a prisoner. The deep red scars on the white man’s neck confirmed her apprehension.


In what context does Hana remember General Takima? What does she infer?


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