Lok Sabha, 21 Dec 2023
Amit Shah said that for the first time there will be a human touch in the criminal justice system. He said that even after 75 years of independence, we are still following the laws made by the UK government. The Home Minister said that mob lynching is a heinous crime, there is a provision for death penalty for it in these laws.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah discussed three new criminal law bills in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. During this, the Indian Justice Code Bill 2023, Indian Civil Defense Code Bill 2023 and Indian Evidence Bill 2023 were approved by voice vote, Amit Shah said that for the first time there will be a human touch in the criminal justice system, he said that even after 75 years of independence We are still following the laws made by the UK Government. We still use English words like Her Majesty, British Kingdom, The Crown, Barrister. Home Minister approved these three bills
Enumerated the specialties. Under the new Criminal Law Bill, people who run away due to road rage or road accidents will not be able to escape from the law. A strict and precise law has come for them. The Central Government has made a strict law to compulsorily bring those who run away from road accidents before the law. According to this
There is a provision of imprisonment for up to 10 years for the crime of absconding after causing an accident on the road. At the same time, if the person causing the accident helps the injured person
If he is sent to the hospital, his punishment can be reduced. Home Minister Amit Shah has given information about this law in the Lok Sabha today.