A former Kulak (in Soviet history, a wealthy or prosperous peasant), Gigashvili uses the first tractor sent from the city to a newly established collective farm in Tsatskhvnari for the exploitation of the peasants – he makes them to pay for its use. The bureaucrats in the city do not pay any attention to the peasants’ grievances. However, the Workers' and Peasants' Inspection investigates the case and finds out that collective farm is fictitious. They abolish it and establish a new one. Agricultural tools and machinery become common property.