Jan 1, 2050 A.D. The Prime Minister was 'happy' to announce the launch of the first completely mechanised recyling plant which used automation for doing the majority of tasks with very less manual labour. "Anything and everything that is recyclable should be!", he said. Jan 2, 2050 A.D. Varaprasad, leader of the Anti Automation Samithi gave a harsh interview where he said that the PM had been a victim of the western countries and put the country at the mercy of them. "When there is a great percentage of people who are jobless, what is the need of automation? Its against workers' union too. And I can prove the hidden deal!", he shouted. Jan 10, 2050 A.D. Varaprasad had been invited meanwhile to have a visit to one of those plants to 'understand' the need of the automation and to convince that more humans are after all going to be required, if the plant was successful. Except the director and him, nobody else were allowed. He saw an end to end demonstration of how a dustbin load of waste was segregated and recycled accordingly and in the end, served raw material for other fields. And except the man who fed the input and switched on the plant, the segregation and all other tasks were smoothly done in a short time. Impressed, but not allowing it to be shown, Varaprasad placed his hands in the smooth and huge conveyor belt that moved without a sound leading to a huge rolling drum, while the director was attending a call from the PM. Within seconds, he was pulled in and shouted in panic. The director cut his call and hurriedly picked the intercom to call the man to stop the plant. The intercom was unanswered.