In the same location from my last post I have spotted this giant ciliate in action. The movement of the organism is awesome. The location almost filled with rotten hydrophytes that making it a treasure trove of microorganism. After hours of observation when it gradually slowed down its movement, the ciliated frontal parts were found prominent. The organism was so flexible that it intensely changes it shapes as it pushes on the substratum. It looks like Enteroplea lacustris.
I request @ Laks sir and @Manu sir and all the expert to identify the organism.