Amit Shah announces ambitious tourist plans for Kashmir
Amit Shah announces ambitious tourist plans for Kashmir

October 27, ANI, Hyderabad, India (Telangana): Union Home Minister Amit Shah highlighted the three new criminal draughts that would replace the Evidence Act, the IPC, and the CRPC, saying that these laws would form the cornerstone of the country’s new criminal justice system.

“The three laws were drafted around 1850,” the Home Minister said in a speech given at the National Police Academy in Hyderabad, during the probationer IPS passing out. In addition to making significant changes to the Evidence Act, the Criminal Procedure Code, and the Indian Penal Code, the government has presented three new pieces of legislation in the Indian Parliament. It is being examined by the parliament committee of the Home Ministry. These laws will ultimately come into effect, and our country’s new criminal justice system will be set up in compliance with them.”


The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs will meet today in the nation’s capital to debate and accept the draught reports for the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita 2023, Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita 2023, and Bharatiya Sakshya Bill 2023.

The Lower House of Parliament was presented with the Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita 2023, the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita 2023, and the Bharatiya Sakshya Bill 2023 on August 11.

These statutes are meant to supersede the Indian Evidence Act of 1872, the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) of 1973, and the Indian Penal Code (IPC) of 1860.

In his lecture in Hyderabad, Shah again emphasised the importance of Amrit Kaal and concentrating on the resolves during this particular time.

The purpose of these 25 years (of Amrit Kaal) is to make our dreams come true, to take our country to the pinnacle of its respective industries, and to establish it in its proper position. According to the Home Minister, the nation will advance and take the lead globally in every area over the 25 years after Amrit Kaal.

He said, “When the nation celebrates its century of independence, then you’ll be in the leadership positions in the Police services after 25 years and holding the responsibility of the nation’s internal security.”

Amit Shah saw the passing-out parade of the 75th batch of Indian Police Service (IPS) probationers earlier today at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (SVPNPA).

175 officer trainees, including 155 IPS trainees and 20 overseas trainees, are taking part in the march.

Amit Garg, the director of the Academy, states that there are 155 IPS officer trainees, 32 of them are female.

It was said by him that out of the six trainee foreign officers, five are from the Maldives, five are from Nepal, and four are from the police force in Mauritius. (ANI).



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