One time he wanted some plumbing job done at home. When the Kannadiga workers came to repair, they didn’t come on time, were lazy, and did a shoddy job. When he brought some Tamil workers, they came on time and did a good job. His opinion about Kannadigas further strengthened – they are all lazy, incompetent and shirkers of work, no wonder he didn’t see them contributing to the growth of Bangalore.
They start seeking support of all the immigrants in the city who comprise a majority over the local population. Raj discovers that there is a conclave of Muslims on the other side of the city. During his entire stay in Bangalore he has never visited those parts of the city. He has never known about those people. Most of the immigrants avoided those parts of the city. He did not identify with them in religion or language. In fact, the immigrants derided upon the local Kannadigas because of the influence of these Muslims on their language.