Death penalty mob lynching Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita focuses justice rather punishment Amit Shah Lok Sabha latest updates
Death penalty mob lynching Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita focuses justice rather punishment Amit Shah Lok Sabha latest updates


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Image Source : SANSAD TV (X) Union Home Minister Amit Shah speaks in Lok Sabha during winter session of Parliament

Amit Shah in Lok Sabha: While speaking during the winter session of Parliament today (December 20), the Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Lok Sabha said that the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, which will replace the Indian Penal Code (IPC), focuses on justice rather than punishment. 

Shah added that the three proposed criminal laws will free people from the colonial mindset and its symbols. 

Home Minister on criminal law bills:

While replying to a debate on criminal law bills in Lok Sabha, Home Minister Amit Shah said that those who harm the country will not be spared. 

“I have not only read every line of proposed criminal laws but have gone through every comma, full stop and held 158 meetings,” said Amit Shah in Lok Sabha on Wednesday. 

Amit Shah said, “In CrPC there were 484 sections, now there will be 531 sections in it. Changes have been made in 177 sections and 9 new sections have been added. 39 new sub-sections have been added. 44 new provisions have been added”.

“In the law that is going to be repealed, the punishments for looting the government treasury, uprooting railway tracks, and insulting the British crown were previously kept. Now, priority has been given to crime against women and children, its impact on human body, and security of the country. Then there are military, election and currency laws,” said Home Minister. 

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If anyone works against country, he or she must not be spared and must be given the strictest punishment. 

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