Paan Singh Tomar and the rotten system, not a legend of yesteryears, but a reality of today


Did you watch the movie “Paan Singh Tomar”? If you did, how did you feel? Did you feel outraged? Were you angry at the system? An army man who brought laurels to the country eventually ends up on the soil with bullet holes in his body. Did you feel that what he had to go through was totally unnecessary and solely the Indian system was responsible for him becoming a baagi? Or you simply felt sad and then moved on? What you felt defines our civilizational mindset. This is not an extreme thought, it really does.

Just imagine, the plot of the story moves around the 50s and the 60s, when the nation, psychologically and physically, should have been on the upswing. Idealism should have been the way of life, people should have been brimming with hope and morality, and there was this man who thought that all the politicians were thieves. Most of these politicians, during the early days of independence, in one way or another, were involved with the independence movement. How, within three years, did they manage to construct such an image for themselves? Why did the average person develop such an outlook for our politicians?

Despite his cynicism, Tomar had some faith in the system, in the administration. That’s why when he got entangled in a land dispute, he approached the law. He made many rounds of the court and when his son was badly beaten up, he also went to the police station, only to be insulted and see his medals and certificates rudely flung away. The fact that he was a national hero simply did not matter on the ground level where the system, legal and administrative, simply doesn’t exist, and even when it exists, it is often misused rather than used. The system didn’t come to his rescue, the administration was indifferent and the police, instead of helping him, helped his tormentors. This is a real life story in case you’re not aware, and this life story does not just belong to Paan Singh Tomar, it belongs to millions of unfortunate people who have to bear the brunt of living in a country that after decades of independence, doesn’t even have a basic veneer of law and order at the ground level. This is why girls can be raped and hanged from the trees with an unmitigated sense of impunity and brashness. Somehow they have grown to believe that the system is either going to turn its eyes away because the lives of the victims don’t matter, or if it goes after them, it is so inefficient and so friendly towards criminals, that eventually they will be left unscathed.

So why our system seems to work more for the criminals and less for the law-abiding citizen? If it is done on purpose, whom does it benefit? It has to benefit someone otherwise it wouldn’t have existed for such a long time. Why people are so afraid of the proverbial “court kachehri ke chakkar” and police walas? Why are people as much scared of the police as they are of goons? Such a system has been developed with a very well-defined objective – to keep the law-abiding citizens always in a state of insecurity and fear so they never have enough mental space to question their state of affairs.

I don’t want to turn this write-up into a political rhetoric, but I’m sure many of you must have wondered why many of the Modi supporters are so vitriolic, so impatient and so abusive? No, I don’t mean to say that only Modi supporters are abusive, for that matter, I have seen that the anti-Modi group is even more vicious and foulmouthed, but since they are a part of the problem and not of the solution, for the time being, I’m just focusing on Modi supporters. So why do you think they are so angry and outraged? Because they believe – knowingly or unknowingly – that the people who oppose Narendra Modi – knowingly or unknowingly – want to perpetuate the same rotten system that turns highly talented people like Paan Singh Tomar into bandits, to be shot down eventually by the same system in the name of law and order that conveniently looks the other way when people like him scream out loud that look, we don’t want to turn into bandits, so please help us. When they are hounded by criminals and those who collude with the corrupt, the system looks the other way, and when they take to the gun, when they retaliate, when they seek justice on their own terms, the system comes to the rescue of the very same criminals who were responsible for turning law-abiding citizens into bandits and anarchists.

Somehow, people who support Modi, believe that he is going to dismantle the system of indifference, the system of corruption, the system of looking the other way while hapless citizens are being bludgeoned emotionally and physically, and develop a system of accountability. Either perform, or get aside so that others can. Again, this was a side note and it has got nothing to do with the main thought of the write-up. The Congress has been in power, one way or another, ever since we got independent, and due to this parties word and covert maintenance of such a messy system, many generations have been destroyed. This is not about having a political difference, this is about criminal negligence and abatement for political and financial benefits.

This chaotic, lawless system works perfectly well for people who have somehow attained power to keep themselves safe. They have the goons, they have the guns and in the cities, they either have security agencies, or government security if they have become ministers and bureaucrats. They have developed contacts at the right places. Theirs and their family members’ safety is never jeopardized. When did you last time hear a minister’s or a bureaucrat’s or a powerful journalist’s family members being attacked? Of course there might be some aberrations, but most of the time it is the common person who is at the receiving end of this lawlessness and this monumental inefficiency and administrative indifference.

How does the system work for the powerful, the influential and the networked? It acts as a cushion. Let’s take an example of an asteroid belt around a planet like Jupiter (yes, the planet of RaGa’s now legendary escape velocity). It’s a highly violent and dangerous area of the space. If you want to go to Jupiter, you have to go through this asteroid belt and unless you’re very careful and very resourceful, there is more than 99.99% chance that one or another asteroid will get you.

There is a big chunk of population that lives, let us assume, in the space around Jupiter and the asteroid belt represents the inefficient lawless system that harbours corrupt policemen, goons, rapists and musclemen in the form of asteroids, and Jupiter represents the nexus that thrives within this asteroid belt. Jupiter has released these big rocks and it keeps releasing them with a tight gravitational control. Although your life is controlled by Jupiter, you cannot reach it because in order to reach it you have to go through the asteroid belt. This nexus knows that because of the asteroid belt, you can never aspire to enter the planet to either challenge them or dare to become as strong as them. So obviously, they would like to maintain this belt.

Mulayam Singh Yadav - Comments on rape

I don’t remember whether it was last year or this year, in one of the public speeches Mulayam Singh Yadav, the Samajwadi Party supremo, said that people accused of rape shouldn’t be hanged. Of course we all have reservations about the death penalty, but his logic was, “ladkon se galti ho jaati hai” – the boys will, after all, be boys, and they are prone to making such mistakes, it doesn’t mean you go and hang them. He knows that no woman from his family will be kidnapped and raped. It’s not that he thinks that rape and murder are not serious crimes, the thing is that although rape and murder are serious crimes, he or his family members will never be the target because of the muscle power and security they enjoy. He pretty well knows that the common folks don’t have this luxury and their sense of vulnerability is a source of power for people like him. The neighbourhood mall that I frequently visit is often visited by some important person – I don’t know whether he or she is a politician or simply has got the wherewithal of hiring multiple security guards laced with deadly weaponry. Whenever this family visits the mall, there are more than three police jeeps stationed in front of the entrance and whether there is just one family member or multiple (don’t remember seeing more than four family members) there are around six well-built guards with them menacingly carrying machine guns inside the mall. Just imagine, six people carrying automatic or semiautomatic firearms strutting around without inhibition. And the common folks? They are thoroughly frisked in case they might be carrying something dangerous.

Now that we’re talking about UP, today they were showing on one of the news channels a video of UP policemen badly thrashing a woman. Since the video became public, the policemen had to be transferred, but they got better postings. On the new postings, they abducted a teenager and raped her. When her brother raised a hue and cry, he was found hanging in the police station. Yet, no action has been taken against those policemen.

Mulayam Singh and his ilk belong to the Jupiter nexus. The goons and the policemen mentioned above belong to the asteroid belt, and their victims belong to the people living in the space beyond the asteroid belt.

The law-abiding citizens need the gravity of the planet to survive otherwise they will be lost in space, but they can’t get too close for the fear of being hit by the asteroid belt. So they keep away as much as possible. Whenever they get embroiled, especially those who cannot help but remain near the belt, have to pay severe price sometimes.

The rest of us assume that yes, the system is there, simply for peace of mind, if nothing else. Most of us are aware that we live by the grace of chance because we are so many in numbers. The law of probability keeps many of us safe. If someone randomly decides to attack me today, at this very moment, I’m pretty sure I’m not going to get timely help. But somehow we have deluded ourselves into believing that we will always be able to maintain a safe distance from this asteroid belt.

In order to be able to move forward, in order to be able to create a just society that creates opportunities for all, we need to dismantle this rotten system. We need to destroy this asteroid belt. Whether we do it via a person like Modi, or do it ourselves, doesn’t matter, what matters is, that we do it. Then people like Paan Singh Tomar won’t have to turn into bandits, because many still are.

Written by Amrit Hallan >>

Amrit Hallan is a professional content writer with strong political and social views that he likes to express on social media as well as through his writings. You can connect with him on Twitter at @amrithallan

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Indian Exponent: Paan Singh Tomar and the rotten system, not a legend of yesteryears, but a reality of today
Paan Singh Tomar and the rotten system, not a legend of yesteryears, but a reality of today
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