Yogi's 'zero tolerance policy against crime, amendment in the bill, now those accused of serious crimes will not get anticipatory bail

Yogi's 'zero tolerance policy against crime, amendment in the bill, now those accused of serious crimes will not get anticipatory bail

Every day, every state and every district reports an increase in crimes against women. Governments claim strict action, but nothing much is visible. But the monsoon session of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly was special for women. The Yogi government introduced the CrPC Amendment Bill in the house. After which now anticipatory bail will not be available for serious women crimes. The government has abolished the provision of bail for serious charges. After the increasing crime against women in the past, this step is being seen as a big action.

Advances in the form of interim relief from courts to the accused in the Gangster Act, the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, the Official Secrets Act, and the death penalty, in addition to offenses related to sexual harassment, as proposed by the Uttar Pradesh government. No bail will be allowed. According to the proposal, the object of this amendment is to amend section 438 of CrPC about the provision of anticipatory bail to prevent those who have committed offenses relating to sexual assault against women and children from getting anticipatory bail.

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