The Gujarat Control of Organised Crime (GUJCOC) Act was twice rejected by and Organised Crime (GCTOC) Bill, and passed overriding the protests of. On 25th September, the NDA government has cleared the Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime (GCTOC) Bill, and sent it to. The GCTOC Bill, makes only minor changes in the controversial Gujarat Control of Organised Crime (GUJCOC) Bill, including adding the.
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The state has witnessed several terrorist attacks. However, Gujarat again passed the same Bill in for the third time, which is now pending with the President. Gujarat assembly passed by boll majority vote the bill which allows police to intercept and record telephonic conversations and submit them in court as evidence. Gujarat has a km sea border and a km land border with Pakistan.
August 31, Are Ayushman Bharat rates out of sync? Related Videos Gujarat assembly passes contro It was passed once again by the state assembly in and has since been awaiting the approval of President.
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He gujcof it was the duty of the State to back its policemen who are working hard to eradicate terrorism. Former President Pratibha Patil also refused to clear the Bill, seeking more changes, including deletion of the provision allowing confessions before a police officer as evidence in court. A controversial anti-terror bill in Gujarat that failed to get presidential assent thrice was passed by the state Assembly with the rechristened legislation retaining provisions like empowering police to tap telephonic conversations and submit them in court as evidence.
It provides immunity to the State government from legal action. Binge watch these top rated Bollywood films.
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Our Bureau Agencies Updated on January 24, Let’s work together to keep the conversation civil. Gujarat assembly on Tuesday passed by a majority vote the controversial Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime Bill GCTOC which allows police to intercept and record telephonic conversations and submit them in court as evidence.
Furthermore, the legislation makes offences under the Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime Act,non-bailable. Among the controversial provisions of the Bill is Clause 16, which makes confessions before police officers admissible in court. Refrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community.
The act is accordance with the constitution and have enough checks to prevent misuse by police,” he said. The government wants to spread fear and terror among activists, NGO workers and civil society persons with its stringent provisions. It is going to be a long walk to make a strong statement on gender equality in the country. The birth of a youth brand This book excerpt outlines how saucy, edgy Fastrack was conceived out of the Titan stable and evolved into a FSL receives 11 laptops, 8 pen drives.
Mahindra Alturas G4 India review: Now that Narendra Modi has become Prime Minister with full majority at the centre, the Patel government in Gujarat is hopeful of getting presidential assent shortly. It was during the NDA government’s tenure at the Centre. One of them was to strike out a provision which allows admissibility of confession made before a police officer in the court as evidence.
The Bill also provides for extension of the period of investigation from the stipulated 90 days to days.
DSP throws tea, assaults a tea stall worker in Tamil Nadu for making bad tea President Kalam had returned the Bill recommending the deletion of the clauses gjjcoc to confession in police custody, tapping phone and online communication, period of investigation and non-grant of bail.
Among the controversial provisions of the Bill is Clause 16 which makes confessions before police officers admissible in court. Congress leaders Shankarsinh Vaghela and Shaktisinh Gohil demanded the provisions be dropped as per the suggestions made by past presidents while rejecting the bill.
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