It was a foolish argument from both men. Barq declares in the last that the Maulvi is utter jahil. Can a utter Aalim, which he presents himself in the argument, take pride of talking to a jaahil and declare himself winner. If he had any wisdom, he would not have wasted time in writing and making an archive of a discussion with jaahil. The sensible readers want to read dialogue with Aalim, not with Jahil. It would have been a credential for Barq if there were any judge between them, and judge declares Barq an Aalim and other Maulvi a Jaahil. I dont know who that Jaahil was but I am sure he too might have recorded the same discussion and declared Barq a jaahil.