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Amit Shah Unveils Historic Changes: Death Penalty for Mob Lynching Offenses!

In the vision of a developed India, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home minister Amit Shah, the country is touching new heights of progress. In this context, there is a necessity to periodically amend existing laws. Today, three bills related to criminal laws were passed in the Lok Sabha, one of which is related to mob lynching.

Embracing the Era of Criminal Law Evolution

In a significant stride towards embracing contemporary criminal laws, three crucial bills were successfully passed in the Lok Sabha today. The bills, namely the Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Bill 2023, the Indian Civil Security (Amendment) Bill 2023, and the Indian Evidence (Amendment) Bill 2023, have been approved with resounding support. Home Minister Amit Shah presented the bills in the Lok Sabha, where they were passed with a clear majority.

A Paradigm Shift in Legal Framework

These three bills mark a departure from the age-old Indian Penal Code of 1860, the Criminal Procedure Code (CRPC) of 1973, and the Indian Evidence Act of 1872. Amit Shah, while responding to the discussions held in the Lok Sabha on the Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Bill 2023, the Indian Civil Security (Amendment) Bill 2023, and the Indian Evidence (Amendment) Bill 2023, emphasized that these proposed laws are based on three principles: ‘individual freedom, human rights, and equal treatment for all.’

Before this, Amit Shah addressed the Lok Sabha during the debate on the bills, stating, “These proposed laws are based on the principles of ‘individual freedom, human rights, and equal treatment for all.’” 

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Recent Developments and Opposition

Following protests against security breaches, 143 opposition members were detained amidst heated debates. With the addition of two more parliamentary suspensions today, the total number of suspensions in the Lok Sabha has reached 97. The issue has become a fresh point of contention between the government and the opposition after a TMC MP’s imitation of the Rajya Sabha Chairman and Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar.

During the discussions, Shah indirectly targeted the Congress without naming them, saying, “If the mind is in Italy, this law will never be understood, but if the mind is here, it will be comprehended.” The Home Minister emphasized that revolutionary changes are being made in the criminal justice system that will benefit the people of India.

Statement of Home Minister Amit Shah

Home Minister Amit Shah stated, “In this historic session, I have come with revolutionary changes in the three laws, which have been running the criminal justice system in India for nearly 150 years. For the first time, under the leadership of Modi Ji, we are bringing extraordinary and radical changes that address Indianness, the Indian Constitution, and the concerns of the Indian people.”

Shah further highlighted that ‘mob lynching’ is a heinous crime, and this law introduces the provision of the death penalty for offenses related to mob lynching.

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