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New criminal laws UPSC NOTE

 Why in News

  • As three new criminal laws come into effect across the country from 1 july 2024 

  • Union government officials said that the States were free to bring in their own amendments to some provisions of the Bharatiya Nagrik Suraksha Sanhita (BNSS) that replaces the Code of Criminal Procedure (Cr.PC.). 

  • The BNSS prescribes the procedure and conditions for arrest, bail, and custody, among other things.

New in the BNSS

  • Cognisable offences will be registered under Section 173 of the BNSS, instead of Section 154 of the Cr.PC.

  • First information reports (FIRs) are filed through the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network Systems (CCTNS), a programme that functions under the National Crime Records Bureau. 

  • A significant upgrade to the CCTNS will help people file an e-FIR, without visiting a police station, 

  • And a zero FIR, which can be filed irrespective of the jurisdiction of the crime location.

  • The BNSS mandates compulsory audio-video recording of search and seizure in each criminal case 

  • Mandatory forensic examination in all cases where an offence attracts punishment of seven years or more.

  • The recordings will have to be submitted before the court electronically “without delay.”

  • Under Section 105 of the BNSS, the scope of audiovisual recording during search and seizure includes the process of preparing a list of seized items and the signature of witnesses.

Delhi Police have developed an e-pramaan application



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