Amit Shah slams opposition for criminal law debate ‘boycott’ | India News – Times of India

 Amit Shah slams opposition for criminal law debate ‘boycott’ | India News - Times of India

Chandigarh: Union Home Minister Amit Shah Condemned Opposition parties Friday for a “boycott.” Parliamentary Debate On three laws of criminal justice. “Instead of discussing these important pieces of legislation, they were busy parading constitutional positions,” Shah said.
He was addressing the inauguration and foundation stone laying ceremony of Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology (CCET).

Amit Shah: “Proceedings of any criminal case shall not take more than three years after the execution of the criminal offence.

“As a legislator, I was piloting the bill in Parliament. I wanted the opposition to give their views and suggestions on the bill. But, unfortunately, they decided Boycott Argue with excuses,” said Shah.
While drafting the three criminal justice bills, the Center took the views and suggestions of various groups including the police, lawyers, legal experts and even publishing houses dealing in books on law. Shah said the bills were also discussed in the Standing Committee on Home Affairs, which suggested major changes.

But while parliament was debating major changes to the country’s criminal justice system, opposition members were busy impersonating the vice president outside the chamber. There cannot be a more reprehensible move than this,” Shah added.

The Union Home Minister was referring to the proceedings outside Parliament at that time. Trinamool Congress Leader Kalyan Banerjee impersonating Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar on the steps of Parliament during opposition parties’ protests.

Attacking Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for filming the incident, Shah said, “An important leader of an old party like Congress is making a video of it.”
“Many governments have come and gone, but the dignity of all constitutional posts has always been upheld…,” Shah said.

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