Belief may thrive on its own. But God’s physical law does not shelter them that are irreconcilable with its rules. But living in the electronic age of reasons, rationality and free flow of information, those young intelligent Moulvis are feeling its intenseness. They begin to think that it was important that belief should also be seen in the light of knowledge and facts are related to each other.
The young Moulvi at least makes some crude attempt in that direction trying to fit belief into scientific rationality, though by hook or by crook. But straight away fitting rationality into the belief risk him expulsion from his fraternity thus he falls short of that.