On behalf of “Nishan Toli” I salute all of you for the rare
feat in crusade against corruption for the mobilization of masses and take on
the might of corrupt establishment and exposing it.
We express our complete solidarity with you in your crusade
against corruption and injustice, since we are also fellow travelers on same
mission but dedicated to long-term sustainable reforms in Security and justice
sector through participatory campaigning from grassroots.
We do support for enactment of Jan Lokpal bill, it will
bring symptomatic relief to the people from injustice and corruption.
But we believe real panacea will be repealing of all colonial
laws, protocols and practices and abolition of Coercive Criminal Justice System and Paramilitary Structure of police founded by Britishers for subguation
of masses for unhindered economic exploitation.
The existing Coercive Criminal Justice System and Paramilitary Structure of police
were conceived as integral part of the state Power to overawe the common man to suppress the voices of dissent and
perpetuate covert economic exploitation to benefit the incumbents of these judicial offices, who will advance
the agenda of rulers and overtly purporting to be dispensing justice.
Indian citizens of
post independent India are victims of this Criminal conspiracy of colonial rulers
due to perpetuation of both these institutions in their original form with
colonial laws(IPC,CrPC Etc.), the outcome is anyone’s wild guess, every
criminal when caught by inspiring citizens and taken to court by police is always
confident of police and judicial performance and smiling and expresses his complete trust on Judiciary knowing it fully
well that he is now going to take the complainant on a long ride who committed
mistake of reporting the crime. The law abiding peace loving people are always
scared of going to judiciary .
In our working at the grassroots we have experienced that it
is always the criminals who keep threatening law abiding citizens for being
taken to court and law abiding citizens even if victims of an offence are
scared of taking recourse to the court of law. They prefer committing suicide
like Gitika Sharma knowing it fully well that this long and tedious legal
journey is always accused friendly.
No society can be governed by imported laws. Laws need to
emanate out of social fabric of society in their own language and dialects and possess
the soul of communities. It has to be the social control mechanism based on
traditions and religious values that must form foundation of justice system.
It is a thousand miles journey to repeal the existing
colonial laws that are all one sided contract of native Indians with a state
founded on the principle of immunity to accountability and outcome of western
social technologies making security and justice to Indians of post independent
India the very first casualty.
In complete solidarity with you to maneuver the campaigning
for long term sustainable reforms for India’s transition to democracy from post
colonial colonialism of Benjamin Disraeli who had predicted India’s fate in
1863 at the impending American civil war on 05th
February by saying “Colonies will not cease to be colonies
because they are independent”