Amit Shah Unveils Comprehensive Reference Books on Approved Criminal Justice Laws
Amit Shah Unveils Comprehensive Reference Books on Approved Criminal Justice Laws

New Delhi: Union Minister Amit Shah introduced three comprehensive reference books detailing the recently enacted groundbreaking criminal justice laws, showcasing appreciation towards publishing houses for their prompt release.

The Bharatiya Nyaya (Second) Sanhita, Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha (Second) Sanhita, and the Bharatiya Sakshya (Second) Bills, passed by both Houses of Parliament, have replaced the archaic Indian Penal Code-1860, the Code of Criminal Procedure Act-1898, and the Indian Evidence Act of 1872.

Expressing gratitude on the social media platform X, Amit Shah credited Dr. Vinay Ahuja, Managing Director of the publishing house responsible for the books. He shared a snapshot of the book launch event and lauded Mohan Law House for their speedy publication of reference materials pertaining to the newly enforced criminal justice laws.

"These three law books by Mohan Law House offer easy-to-understand comparative references, facilitating a comprehensive grasp of various provisions while spotlighting alterations brought forth by the new laws," mentioned Shah.

Speaking further on the changes, he highlighted, "Previously, crimes like rape and murder were designated under specific sections in the IPC. However, with the new legislation, these have been reorganized into different sections, such as Section 63 and Section 101, respectively."

Shah acknowledged Dr. Vinay Ahuja again, expressing his satisfaction in launching these books, aimed at benefiting law enthusiasts and experts.

Additionally, Shah unveiled other reference materials on criminal justice laws by Lexis Nexis publication. He commended their effort in simplifying the intricacies of the revamped laws, emphasizing the books' potential to enhance understanding among stakeholders.

"Pleased to launch these reference books, which meticulously outline the changes in the newly passed laws. Kudos to Udit Mathur, Managing Director, and Mahender Chaturvedi, Sales Director of Lexis Nexis, for the timely release of these books. The newly published materials are poised to significantly contribute to a better understanding of the laws," said Shah.

The initiative aims to facilitate a better grasp of the reformed legal landscape and empower stakeholders with accessible, updated reference materials.

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