Amit Shah gave a big statement, says 'British rule imposed these laws on India'

The Union Home Minister of the country Amit Shah believes that laws like the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Code of Criminal Procedure (CRPC) made under the British Raj have become irrelevant. The British government made these laws to govern India, while our priority is the citizens of this country and the poorest of the people, who have to provide security and make them realize it. These laws will be completely changed according to the existing requirements.

According to the media report, while addressing the chief guest at the concluding session of the two-day 47th All India Police Science Congress held at Police Headquarters on Friday, Shah said that the Police Research and Development Bureau has drafted the amendment in the IPC, CRPC to the Ministry of Home Affairs. Have sent, but I am in no hurry. Such laws are changed once in a hundred and fifty years. How to make these laws simple, smooth and public-oriented in modern contexts, every state from the Director General of Police to the Beat Constable should brainstorm and give suggestions to the Ministry of Home Affairs. The draft changes in these laws will also be made public on the website. Suggestions from experts of law will also be taken.

For your information, let us tell you that to overcome the shortage of professional and trained police personnel, Shah also announced the establishment of a Raksha Shakti University in the country for which the central government will bring the bill. He said that in the states where there is no police university, a college affiliated to this university will be set up. Children who have passed ten classes want to pursue a career in policing, they can study in this university and its affiliated colleges. Forensic science, law, prosecution, investigation and operation of police stations will be studied in this university. Students who leave from here will get priority in police recruitment as they will be 'readymade materials'.

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