Lok Sabha passes 3 criminal justice bills to replace Raj-era laws | India News – Times of India

 Lok Sabha passes 3 criminal justice bills to replace Raj-era laws | India News - Times of India

New Delhi: The Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the Bharatiya Naya (Second) Sanhita, Bharatiya Civil Protection (Second) Sanhita and Bharatiya Sakshya (Second) Bills by voice vote, replacing the colonial-era Indian Penal Code, 1860. Criminal Code, 1898; and the Indian Evidence Act of 1872 respectively.
The three bills will be cleared by the Rajya Sabha on Thursday, clearing its way. The criminal justice system The country will be significantly reformed.

Responding to the debate in the Lok Sabha, where the opposition was almost entirely absent due to the suspension, Home Minister Amit Shah said the laws had shed their colonial traces and “thoroughly Indian” ethos. of reflection, which marks a shift in focus during the colonial period. Intention to punish, deliver fair and timely justice.

“The three proposed criminal laws will liberate people from the colonial mentality and its symbols,” Shah said, indicating progress in the government’s decolonization project. “This is the first government to fulfill the promises it made in its manifesto. We have abrogated Article 370, removed AFSPA from 70 percent of the North-Eastern states. , has banned triple talaq and given 33 per cent reservation to women in Parliament,” he added.
The bills clearly defined ‘terrorism’ as an offense and redefined ‘sedition’, which now included acts against India rather than acts against the government.

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