Garsuan listened to what people were saying and addressed them, "Listen, good people. Look at me, look at my head – it is covered in scars. Aldars broke my hands and legs. Look at me - I am closer to the dead than to the living. I can't stand this kind of life anymore. What I want to tell you is that if the wolf is here, he won't leave us alone. So don't say, 'Our enemy is gone!'" People stated staring at their feet, they were freezing. Garsuan continued, "Our lives are worse than death. Let's agree and kill our enemy. Let us draw lots to decide who will go to the woods after Tsria, which is located above Bender. There's no better place to kill Aldar and his henchmen!"
So they did, it was Tota Tuayev, Mito Kudukhov, and Esta Tuayev.
They spent two days and two nights in an ambush. On the third evening, just when the oxen were released, they saw Aldar and three of his servants riding down the Tsria slope, all happy. Esta said to his friends, "Leave Aldar to me, you deal with his servants!"
As soon as they came close, Mito and Tota shot the servants dead. Esta was also a good shot, but his gunpowder got wet and his rifle didn't fire. While he was taking out dry powder from his pocket, Aldar escaped towards the gorge. Esta jumped right onto the road and took a knee, "Here goes nothing!" He aimed and shot right away! - The bullet ripped a piece of flesh out of Mamamze Eristavi's chest. Esta winked to his friends, "Hurry up hand me the shotgun! Don't let his servant get away!" They put a loaded shotgun in his hands. He aimed again, and the third Aldar's henchman suffered the fate of his friends.
A few days later, the imperial troops occupied the villages of Lekuan and Tsipor. The soldiers mercilessly beat people up, took away everything they had, their cattle and all, and locked them in the barns. Esta, Mito, and Tota were exiled to Siberia. That's where they died.