If There Is Any Good Left In Us, Don’t Run Away From The Predatory Law That Is Muhammad Shahshad: The incident Pinjubalan, a native of Rajasthan, was brutally shot for leaning on a car and the protest is widespread. Posts are going viral on social media with the hashtag ‘Justice for Ganesh’ against Shehshad who abandoned the toddler.
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‘In the courage that there was no one to ask and tell, this cruel birth was done to that country boy. How did it feel to a toddler to lift his leg? He showed the culture he grew up with. He must be really embarrassed now. The father who raised him must be shaking his head. Because what they raised and raised is a step birth’.
The full version of the Facebook post…
‘It has often been felt that the most heinous and abject treatment of a fellow human being is not when one is struck or beaten, but when one is kicked. It is a direct manifestation of one’s sense of dominance. It is the arrogance that anyone without money and privilege should crush under his feet. We once witnessed a man crushed under a snakeskin boot with such a sense of dominance. A businessman named Nizam trampled a poor security guard named Chandra Bose to death. Even then, the rule of law that saw his money and privilege stood in front of him. But he only got in because of a fiery response on social media; Locked up so that you can’t get out’.
‘This morning I watched a video of a six-year-old boy being kicked by a monster with heart-wrenching pain and foaming rage. Big enough to give that kid for leaning on his car. That infant’s mind may be traumatized for a lifetime. It was with the courage that there was no one to ask or tell that country boy that this cruel birth was done to him. How did it feel to a toddler to lift his leg? He showed the culture he grew up with. He must be really embarrassed now. The father who raised him must be shaking his head. Because what they have raised and raised is a step birth’.
‘The negligence of the police in this incident is turning into one hundred thousand and one isolated incident, or failure. An award should be given to the Home Department for taking such a big crime into custody and releasing it. A case has now been filed against him only because the video went viral and public outrage spread. Had it not been for the CCTV footage, even if the baby had died, there would have been no action here.”
The public should stand united against this. Let the slaves hail the king. There are people left here who are not slaves. We must see that nomadic child as our child. Maybe they won’t be able to go after the case. Because they are poor nomads without the trappings of privilege. If there is any good left in us, don’t run away from the predatory law that is Muhammad Shah Shad. The Child Rights Commission and the Human Rights Commission here should stand with this baby if not sleeping. And action should be taken against the policemen who compromised in this case.
‘Chief who cares even for the crow and the cat, if your care has any value at all, care for this child and his family. Be a good host to this family from Rajasthan, who feed and adore the worst criminals from Bangladesh as guest workers. Just because they are from Rajasthan and the baby’s name is Ganesh, care and hospitality should not be stored in the cupboards of the AKG Centre’.