CC Antya 6.33

yāha tumi, tomāra jyeṭhāre milāha āmāre
ye-mate bhāla haya karuna, bhāra diluṅ tāṅre
Word for word: 
yāha — go; tumi — you; tomāra — your; jyeṭhāre — the elder brother of your father; milāha āmāre — arrange to meet with me; ye-mate — in whatever way; bhāla — good; haya — is; karuna — let him do; bhāra diluṅ tāṅre — I shall completely depend upon him.
Translation: 
“Now you go arrange a meeting between me and your uncle. Let him do whatever he thinks best. I shall completely depend on his decision.”