New Delhi: The Union Ministry of Home Affairs maintains an annual record of crime across the country. Which they release in the country under the National Crime Records Bureau i.e. NCRB. The NCRB has released a report of crime statistics in the country after two years. The National Crime Records Bureau has released its much-awaited report on crime statistics for 2017. In which it has been found that the rate of registration of crime has increased by 3.7 percent compared to last year. At the same time, there has been a decrease in rape cases since 2013.
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At the same time, crimes against the country have increased. Uttar Pradesh accounts for 10.1 percent of the total crimes under the IPC. However, this report, prepared between January 1 and December 31, has shown that Delhi and UP cannot be compared to other states as cases are being filed online. In the 2016 report, the increase in total cases was 2.6 percent compared to 2015. In 2017, homicide cases decreased by 5.9 percent. In 2017, 28,653 people were killed. Whereas in 2016 the number was 30,450. In 2017, there were 95,893 cases of kidnapping, an increase of nine percent.
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In 2016 the number was 88,008. The NCRB states that the 2017 report added several new offenses under the IPC. These include kidnapping, criminal intimidation, minor injury, credit / debit card fraud, missing children who are suspected of kidnapping, kidnapping and kidnapping for begging, etc. In 2017, 32,599 cases of rape were reported. In which the number of children was 10,221. This is significantly lower than in 2013.
In 2013, 33,707 cases were registered. In 2017, the conviction rate for crimes against women stood at 24.5 percent. In Delhi, this rate was 35 percent. While Gujarat and West Bengal were the worst in this case. The conviction rates were 3.1 and 3.2 percent. Cases of crimes against women registered an increase of 2.9 percent in 2016 as compared to 2015. Explain that the government was constantly on the target of opposition due to the delay in releasing this report. However, the government is still facing allegations of hiding important figures.
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