New Criminal Laws: Jail for treason, death sentence for mob lynching, know the special features of three new criminal laws.

The Lok Sabha has passed the laws which have been in place since the British era. three criminal laws The bills imposed by the government in place of (New Criminal Laws) were approved on Wednesday. After a long discussion and a detailed reply by Home Minister Amit Shah, the House gave its approval by voice vote to the Indian Judicial Code (BNS) Bill, 2023, the Indian Civil Defense Code (BNSS) Bill, 2023 and the Indian Evidence (BS) Bill, 2023. These three bills have been brought in place of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), 1860, Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), 1898 and the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.

What is special in the three new criminal laws?

  • Sedition is being abolished and treason is being replaced in its place.

  • If you go against the country, you will get the harshest punishment.

  • Death penalty for mob lynching

  • 3 to 5 years imprisonment for giving inflammatory speech

  • Death sentence to the culprit for raping a girl

  • Gangrape convict sentenced to life imprisonment

  • 2 years imprisonment for publishing without court permission in rape case

CrPC will have 531 sections

Home Minister Amit Shah said in Lok Sabha, earlier there were 484 sections in CrPC, now it will have 531 sections. 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.

‘Mob lynching’ is a disgusting crime, there is provision for death penalty in this crime in the law

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said, ‘Mob lynching’ is a disgusting crime and the new law has a provision for death penalty for this crime. Shah said, I have read all three bills thoroughly and participated in 158 consultation sessions before making them.

Radical changes are being made in the criminal justice system: Shah

Responding to the discussion on the bill bringing changes in CrPC and IPC, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is erasing the symbol of slavery. All three laws were made by foreign rulers. He made laws for governance. Union Home Minister Amit Shah, while replying to the discussion on three new bills, said that radical changes are being made in the criminal justice system.

Changes in 200 year old laws

Amit Shah said, we are making changes in 200 year old laws. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had talked about freedom from colonial laws from the ramparts of the Red Fort, under which the Home Ministry gave careful consideration to changes in criminal laws. While replying to the discussion in the Lok Sabha on three new bills related to the criminal justice system, Amit Shah said, the new laws are being made on the basis of three principles of individual freedom, human rights and equal treatment of all.

Army, country, women and children are our priority: Shah

While replying to the discussion in the Lok Sabha on three new bills related to the criminal justice system, Amit Shah said, the priorities of our government are army, country, women and children. Said in the Lok Sabha that in the new laws, priority has been given to laws affecting women and children, followed by laws related to human rights and laws related to the security of the country.

Modi government is going to explain terrorism for the first time: Shah

Responding to the discussion on the bill making changes in three laws, Amit Shah said, Modi government is going to explain terrorism for the first time, with this sedition is being changed to treason.

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