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NCRB Launches ‘NCRB Sankalan Of Criminal Laws’ App; New Criminal Laws To Come Into Force From July 1

IndiaNCRB Launches ‘NCRB Sankalan Of Criminal Laws’ App; New Criminal Laws To Come Into Force From July 1

The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) has introduced a new digital tool, “NCRB Sankalan of Criminal Laws,” in preparation for the new criminal laws set to be enforced from July 1st. This innovative mobile application aims to serve as a comprehensive guide, consolidating essential information on upcoming legal reforms in a user-friendly platform.

The app is designed to cater to a broad audience, including the general public, legal professionals, court officers, advocates, law students, and police officers. It provides detailed compilations of three major legislations: Bharatiya Nayaya Sanhita (Indian Penal Code), Bharatiya Nagrik Suraksha Sanhita (Code of Criminal Procedure), and Bharatiya Sakshya Adhiniyam (Indian Evidence Act). The indexed structure links all chapters and sections of these new laws, making navigation and reference straightforward.

A standout feature of the app is its section-wise comparison between the old and new laws, helping users quickly understand the changes introduced by the updated legislations. The comparison chart is enhanced by a robust search function, ensuring efficient retrieval of specific information even in offline mode, which is particularly useful in areas with limited internet connectivity.

Available for download on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store, the “NCRB Sankalan of Criminal Laws” app is set to become an invaluable resource for a diverse range of stakeholders. This tool promises to empower users by enhancing their understanding and application of the updated criminal laws.

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