No Anticipatory Bail To Accused In Crime Against Women: Yogi Government Passes Bill

No Anticipatory Bail To Accused In Crime Against Women: Yogi Government Passes Bill

The Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh Assembly has adopted the policy of ‘zero tolerance towards crime against women and children. The state assembly passed the Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Bill 2022 denying anticipatory bail to people accused of crimes against women and children.

The Bill, which was introduced in the UP Assembly on the initiative of CM Yogi Adityanath, abolished anticipatory bail for accused in heinous crimes against women. The Bill seeks to make changes in the provisions of the CrPC.

The Bill was introduced a day earlier on Thursday when the UP Assembly discussed steps to ensure women empowerment.

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