3 new criminal bills passed in Lok Sabha in the absence of 97 opposition MPs, sedition law abolished : India 3 new criminal bills passed in Lok Sabha in the absence of 97 opposition MPs, sedition law abolished : India

3 new criminal bills passed in Lok Sabha in the absence of 97 opposition MPs, sedition law abolished : India

3 new criminal bills passed in Lok Sabha in the absence of 97 opposition MPs, sedition law abolished : India

Home Minister Amit Shah said that now the accountability of the police will also be fixed in the new law. Earlier, whenever someone was arrested, his family members did not even know about it. Now if someone is arrested, the police will inform his family.

Now the accountability of police will also be fixed in the new law

New Delhi : 3 new criminal bills have been passed in the Lok Sabha. A total of 97 opposition MPs remained absent during the discussion on the Criminal Amendment Bills and the reply of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. They have been suspended. New Criminal Bills will now be placed in the Rajya Sabha. After passing from there, it will be sent to the President for approval.
Responding to the three new criminal bills in the Lok Sabha, Home Minister Amit Shah said, "The treason law of the British era has been abolished. Death penalty will be given for crimes like rape of a minor and mob lynching." As soon as the three new criminal bills were passed in the Lok Sabha, the proceedings of the House were adjourned till 11 am on Thursday.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the bills brought in place of the three criminal laws show the Narendra Modi government's commitment to eradicating the mentality of slavery and liberating from colonial laws. Shah, while replying to the discussion in the House on the Indian Justice (Second) Code 2023, the Indian Civil Security (Second) Code 2023 and the Indian Evidence (Second) Bill 2023, also said that 'individual freedom, human rights and equality with all These proposed laws have been brought on the basis of three principles of 'equal treatment'.

Home Minister Amit Shah said on 3 new criminal law bills in Lok Sabha, "I have brought these three bills. You demanded to send them to the Standing Committee. The committee had appealed to make many amendments in it, that is why I have brought those three bills. "I have brought back new bills. Earlier there were 485 sections in the Indian Civil Defense Code, now there will be 531 sections."

The accountability of the police will be fixed.
Amit Shah said, "Under the new law, the accountability of the police will also be fixed. Earlier, if someone was arrested, his family members would not even know about it. Now if someone is arrested, the police will inform his family. Will give information. Police will give information to the victim about what happened in any case within 90 days."

All three bills are part of PM Modi's vision.
Amit Shah said, "These three criminal laws are part of PM Modi's vision. The public used to demand that we do not want punishment, we want justice. Today, under the leadership of Modi ji, we are doing that." Yes. When we say justice, it gets a massive focus. It includes both the victim and the accused. In punishment, people used to look only at the accused."

Emphasis on forensic investigation:
He said that many people have given different suggestions, the biggest thing is that many new things have been included in this bill. We have given emphasis to forensic investigation in the investigation. Technology will be used in the investigation. After today there are three types of justice systems in the country, after the passing of this bill there will be one type of justice system in the country."
 

Amit Shah said, "Prime Minister Modi ji has worked towards eradicating the mentality of slavery, The Prime Minister had said from the ramparts of the Red Fort that there should be freedom from colonial laws and under this the Home Ministry has decided to change the laws. Started working about."

Freedom from the mentality of slavery:
Shah said that through these bills the government has freed all three criminal laws from the mentality of slavery. He said, "Under the earlier laws, the safety of the British Raj was the priority, now human safety and security of the country have been given priority." Without naming anyone, he indirectly targeted the Congress and said that if the mind is from Italy then this law will never be understood, but if the mind is from here then it will be understood.

Concern for the Indian Constitution and the people of India.
Shah said, "In this historic House, for the first time under the leadership of Modi ji, the three nearly 150-year-old laws that govern our criminal justice system have been amended to discuss Indianness, the Indian Constitution and the people of India. "I have brought very radical changes that are of public concern."

He said, "Till now there was no definition of terrorism in any law. For the first time now the Modi government is going to explain terrorism." He said that the government is going to convert treason into treason. The Home Minister said in the House that 'Mob lynching. Mob lynching is a hate crime and this law provides for death penalty for the crime.

Taking a jibe at the Congress, he said, "I want to ask the opposition that you have also ruled the country for years, why did you not make a law against mob lynching? You used the word mob lynching just to abuse us, but the government If you remain in power, you will forget to make laws."

Humanization of laws related to the justice system:
According to Shah, for the first time after independence, all three laws related to the criminal justice system will be humanized. Home Minister Shah also said in the Lok Sabha that in the new laws, priority has been given to laws affecting women and children, followed by laws related to human rights and laws related to the security of the country.

He said, "I have read all three bills thoroughly and participated in 158 consultation sessions before making them." Shah said that after a long time, the people of the country have elected a government which has implemented the promises made in its manifesto in letter and spirit.
He said, "We had promised to remove Article 370, but it was removed, We had said that Ram temple will be built, Ram Lalla will be seated there on January 22, We had said that we will give reservation to women, we gave reservation, "Triple talaq was abolished to provide justice to Muslim mothers and sisters."


'Nothing but regret': 70 Baloch National Army workers including the commander joined the national mainstream

The provincial caretaker information minister said that the banned organization has carried out operations against its own country on India's behalf and funding to these organizations has been provided by the neighboring country.

While holding a press conference with Balochistan 's Information Minister John Achakzai, 70 comrades, including the commander of the banned organization Balochistan National Army (BNA) in the province, announced their surrender and joining the national mainstream.

The provincial information minister said in a press conference regarding those who joined the banned organization that Pakistan's policy is clear and the state will welcome those who return to the mainstream.

"(The inclusion shows that) Baloch leaders' confidence in the state is increasing."

The provincial minister said that the banned organization had carried out operations against its own country on India 's behalf and funding to these organizations has been provided by the neighboring country.

He said that the people of Balochistan have now understood the nefarious intentions of India. 'Misunderstandings and distances must end.'

The provincial minister said that banned organizations had also started using Baloch women in extremist activities.

BNA commander and Baloch leader Sarfraz Bengalzai, who joined the national mainstream, supported this.

He said that he had ideological differences with the organization and that it involved women in operations and prepared to make children 'fidai'.

The Baloch leader said in his message that guns are not the solution to the problem and children should be guided on the path of education.

He said: 'And people also want to come back into the mainstream. I have come to see the condition of the wanderers. His family members are stumbling at Dar Badr.'

In April this year, a statement released by the army's public relations department, ISPR, said that during a successful operation in Balochistan, the intelligence agency detained a militant belonging to the banned Baloch National Army, Gulzar Imam alias Shanbe.

It was stated in the statement that Gulzar Imam is the founder and head of BNA. This organization was formed by the merger of Baloch Republican Army (BRA) and United Baloch Army (UBA).

After that, Gulzar Imam Shanbe announced joining the national stream in a press conference.

'I apologize'

In a press conference on May 23, Shanbe introduced himself and said, "After the arrest, I got a chance to look at my past and after this experience I realized that the path I took of armed struggle was wrong."

He said that 'both sides seek forgiveness from all the people who were killed in this fight.'

"Armed struggle will not solve the problems, the loss is only happening to the Baloch nation, the Baloch nation has gone towards backwardness because of this."

Gulzar Imam added, "I belong to Prom area of ​​Panjgur district of Balochistan, I have been active in Baloch armed struggle for 15 years, now I think that the battle for the rights of Balochistan can be fought under the constitution and law."
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