New Delhi: Federal Interior Minister Amit Shah wrote to MP as early as a proposal for amendments to the Indian Criminal Code (IPC), the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), and the Indian Evidence Act.
In a letter to MPs, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Shah guarantees swift justice to all with the motto “Sabkha Saas, Sabkha Bikas, Sabkha Bishwan, Sabkha Playas”. He said he promised to do. Indian citizens, especially those in the vulnerable and underdeveloped sections, are in line with these constitutional and democratic aspirations.
He said the Government of India resolved to make comprehensive changes to the criminal law framework.
“70 years of experience in India’s democracy requires a comprehensive review of our criminal law, especially the Indian Criminal Code (IPC) of 1860, the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) of 1973, and the Indian Evidence Act of 1872. And modern needs and the desires of our people, “read Shah’s letter to the MP.
In addition, the Interior Minister said the center intends to build a “people-centered legal structure.”
He urges the Chief Justice of India, the Chief Justice of India, the Chief Minister, federal managers, the Legal Council, and the University of Law to send proposals, Mr. Shah said.
“Efforts by the Government of India to bring about a paradigm shift in the criminal justice system will in fact be a huge exercise of public participation that can only be successful with the participation of all stakeholders.”
“The Ministry of Home Affairs intends to comprehensively amend the criminal law after receiving suggestions from various stakeholders,” he added.
Mr. Shah emphasized the importance of parliament as one of the three pillars of democracy, saying that parliamentarians play an important role in the legislative process.
“Proposals from parliamentarians are invaluable in this exercise of a comprehensive amendment to the criminal law,” Shah said.
https://www.siasat.com/amit-shah-seeks-mps-suggestions-for-amendment-to-ipc-crpc-acts-2253494/ Amit Shah seeks MP proposals for IPC, CrPC law amendments