New criminal laws have replaced archaic and complex British-era laws: Dhami

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Welcoming the new criminal acts implemented in the country, Pushkar Singh Dhami said that these new laws have replaced the old and complex British era laws. The Chief Minister said here that the state government is committed to providing justice to the people and protecting their rights.

Dehradun. Welcoming the new criminal acts implemented in the country from Monday, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that these new laws have replaced the old and complex British era laws. The Chief Minister said here that the state government is committed to providing justice to the people and protecting their rights. He said, “The state government has made a separate provision of Rs 20 crore to implement the new laws. Necessary assistance will be provided for the implementation of these laws in future also.” Dhami said that the Uttarakhand Police will implement all the three laws with full commitment.

Three new criminal laws – Indian Justice Code 2023, Indian Civil Defense Code 2023 and Indian Evidence Act 2023 have come into force in the country from today. Describing today as a historic day for the Indian judicial system, he said that by removing various old and unnecessary laws, new criminal laws have been implemented according to the current situation, which will strengthen the concept of justice under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah and will help the police and courts in making the process of getting justice simple and accessible.

Dhami said that these laws reflect the Modi government’s commitment to eradicate the mentality of slavery and get rid of colonial laws. He said, “Now our justice system will be completely indigenous which will operate according to the laws made by India, for India and by the Indian Parliament.” However, Congress leader and former Chief Minister Harish Rawat said that the new laws have been implemented in a hurry and they should have been discussed before implementing them. He said, the government is in a hurry to put its stamp on everything. The new criminal laws are the result of this.

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