1 Jul 2024

What Congress said about new criminal laws

Three new criminal laws have come into force in the country from July 1, 2024. These three laws were passed in the winter session of the 17th Lok Sabha. The main opposition party Congress has been opposing these laws since the beginning.

On Monday, Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge tweeted and condemned these laws and the attitude of the government.

Kharge tweeted on the social media platform X, "After the political and moral setback in the elections, Modi ji and the BJP are pretending to respect the Constitution, but the truth is that the three laws that are being implemented from today were forcibly passed by suspending 146 MPs. 'India' will no longer allow this "bulldozer justice" to run on the parliamentary system." 

These laws should be reconsidered: Manish Tewari 

Senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Manish Tewari has also raised objections to the implementation of new criminal laws. Manish Tewari has said that these laws should be reconsidered.

Manish Tewari tweeted, "The new criminal laws came into force from July 1 - which lay the foundation for turning India into a police state. These should be stopped from being implemented and Parliament should re-examine them."

The new criminal laws that came into force from Monday will bring major changes in the Indian criminal justice system. The Indian Judicial Code, the Indian Civil Defense Code and the Indian Evidence Act also include many social evils and crimes of the present time.

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