Parliament  passed the SC and ST PoA Amendment Bill 2018

The Parliament passed the SC and ST PoA Amendment Bill 2018. The Bill rules out any provision for anticipatory bail for a person accused of atrocities against SC/STs, notwithstanding any court order. It provides that no preliminary inquiry will be required for registering a criminal case and an arrest under this law would not be subject to any approval. The legislation also provides that no preliminary inquiry will be required for registering a criminal case and an arrest under this law would not be subject to any approval. An arrest under this proposed law would not be subject to any approval. An FIR will be filed based on complaints of crimes against people from Dalit and tribal communities without any questions, it entails.download our android app

  •  Parliament passed the SC and ST PoA Amendment Bill 2018.
  •  The Bill rules out any provision for anticipatory bail for a person accused of atrocities against SC/STs, notwithstanding any court order.
  • It provides that no preliminary inquiry will be required for registering a criminal case and an arrest under this law would not be subject to any approval.
  • The legislation also provides that no preliminary inquiry will be required for registering a criminal case and an arrest under this law would not be subject to any approval.
  • An FIR will be filed based on complaints of crimes against people from Dalit and tribal communities without any questions, it entails.download our android app