The manager agrees to hire Krishna on daily wages. He asks his assistant to introduce Krishna to a woman named Sunita. Sunita explains the work to Krishna. While working, Krishna pretends to cough and rub her eyes. She tells Sunita that accidentally some spices had blown into her eyes. With the excuse of washing her face, Krishna secretly goes to the place, where the workers were adulterating the spices on the manager's orders. Krishna secretly records the activities. One of the workers tells the manager that the color, which they were mixing in the turmeric powder, was of bad quality and that it contained a lot of chemicals. He shares his fears with the manager that they may get caught. The manager does not pay heed to the worker instead orders him to follow his instructions. While leaving, the manager sees Krishna and questions her. She tells the manager that she had come to drink water. The manager punishes Krishna and Sunita and asks them to carry the sacks of spices to the market. On their way to the market, Krishna passes by Ganga, Sargam and Pinky. Ganga and Sargam do not recognize Krishna but Pinky recognizes her. She stops Krishna and enquires. Krishna does not reply and leaves quickly. Sunita is left puzzled, while Ganga gets furious. Sunita gets surprised when she learns that Krishna was the BDO. A furious Ganga returns home and informs Tuntun and Pintu that Krishna was working as a labor in the market. Tuntun is left shocked. Pintu tries to prove Krishna innocent but Ganga does not pay heed to him. She tells Pintu not to support Krishna. On Krishna's orders the police not only arrest the owner of the milk dairy but also the manager of the spice factory. They also seal the dairy as well as the spice factory. The media arrives at the BDO office and questions Krishna about her sting operation. Krishna seeks the media's help in warning the public to stop practicing illegal activities. She threatens to give severe punishment to those who would be caught guilty.