“Doesn’t seem to be a bad sort…”-Who says this? What is the context? Why was Mr. Sivasanker unable to make up his mind?

This is said by Mr. Sivasanker. > After observing and scrutinizing Sidda closely for judging his suitability as a domestic help, Mr. Sivasankar made the above remark.
Mr. Sivasanker was not very sure about the credentials as furnished by Sidda in support of his engagement as a servant. But his appearance and tidiness somehow impressed Mr. Sivasanker. Mr. Sivasanker’s past experience of engaging a servant might not be at all satisfactory. So he felt hesitant and was unable to make up his mind. He sent for his wife to have a look at Sidda before taking any final decision.

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