Kopar Khairane

Nobody is a hopeless case

<p>Actor Balraj Sahni, who is versatile, portrayed Govindram, a robber’s gang member, in the 1971 film Paraya Dhan. Once, the gang breaks into a wealthy man’s home and kills the woman inside while robbing the place. Govindram spots a baby in a crib as he is ready to take his belongings and leave the area. The image awakens the repressed human in him. “Oh my God, what have I done?” he thinks to himself, worried about the baby’s future. Who will look after her now? With regret and a broken heart, he cradles the infant on his lap. He gives the other gang members the finger and begins a new life in a secluded hamlet as a law-abiding citizen. He brings up the kid to become an educated lady. His last act before passing away is to give the girl’s father, who has spent years looking for his only child, the jewels.</p>
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<p>The National Award of film director M Manikandan was recently returned by robbers who broke into his home in Tamil Nadu, leaving a message that said, “We are sorry, brother.” You deserve to reap the rewards of your labor. The reader may have temporarily forgotten that they were criminals.</p>
<p>Why do certain wrongdoers act in such a delightfully straightforward way? They may not be as horrible as you think, and sometimes they have the impulse to do good even if it means facing penalties. There is a lot of room to assist these individuals in leaving the criminal environment.</p>
<p>The foundation of prison reforms is a humanistic ideology that recognizes that even the most infamous criminal has innate virtue that must be discovered in order to transform him into a decent human being. Do Aankhen Barah Haath, a 1957 film directed by V Shantaram, illustrated this idea via a “open prison” experiment headed by Maurice Frydman. Frydman, a former Polish Jew who became a Hindu, was a follower of Mahatma Gandhi and resided at his ashram.</p>
<p>Shantaram proved that even a staunch criminal might be changed and rehabilitated for the benefit of his family and society by emphasizing his underlying decency.</p>
<p>Currently, there are more over 5.5 lakh inmates in Indian prisons, compared to a 4.4 lakh capacity. More than 75% of them are undertrial defendants, meaning their guilt has not yet been proven. Most undertrials originate from socially marginalized groups. Barely two of every ten inmates in the nation are found guilty of a crime. Therefore, it is imperative that all those incarcerated be given the opportunity to turn their lives around and contribute significantly to society.</p>

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