Seeking Resolution for Restrictions on Playing in the Park by Aunties
Goransh expresses his frustration about the constant interference of aunties while playing in the park. He describes how they scold and chase the children away, claiming that their clothes are drying or using various excuses. Goransh notices that these aunties dry clothes every day, and when their clothes are accidentally hit by a ball, they accuse the children of dirtying them. Additionally, the aunties allow their own children to play freely without any reprimand. Goransh seeks suggestions for resolving this unfair treatment and finding a solution to ensure equal access to the park.