Whenever the debate has started about Indian law, then if many weak aspects of it have come out, then all those facts have also been included or present in it, which can be called very successful for the benefit of the society. Present Connexionblog EXPLAINER I am mentioning today such a strict ‘law’ which is very useful for the Indian society, but makes criminals sweat. However, this law has always proved to be a ‘panacea’ for the police guarding the law or any other investigative agency. It’s in the legal books of India.national security act,Rasuka) Meaning National Security Act ,NSA) is registered in the name.
Let us have a look in the law books and understand that after all, what is there in this law, because of which the Indian police-investigative agencies get excited, while the name of this law stirs the soul of the criminal. In order to enforce this law on any criminal, the police or the investigating agency does not have to face court-courts like all other criminal cases. Just when the police or the investigating agency is called before the High Court of the state, if necessary, it has to be proved that such a criminal who was arrested by him and imprisoned directly in the jail, how was there a threat to the society and peace order? Due to which it is necessary to keep the criminal in jail for at least three months and maximum one year.
Hearing possible only before this board
If the court is satisfied with the response of the High Court police, then it will allow the police or the concerned investigating agency, to impose a unique act like NSA on the criminal. Otherwise, the person kept in jail under ‘Rasuka’ by the police can also be legally taken out of jail. However, in the cases of ‘Rasuka’, such occasions are rarely seen, when the investigating agency or the police team in the High Court has to face the ‘mouth’. Connexionblog from special conversation During this, all these facts are also confirmed by the Senior Criminal Lawyer of Delhi High Court and retired DCP LN Rao of Delhi Police. Now, when we are talking about ‘explainer’, then let us openly discuss all the points present in the front and back of this law in detail.
That’s why the accused are helpless, the police remain careless
Usually this law or act is known in colloquial language as ‘Rasuka’ in Hindi and ‘Rasuka’ in English.NSAKnown by the name of ‘. Short as the name of this Act. Its work is equally deep, serious and beneficial for the society. Equally dangerous for the criminal.Rasuka’ It is the Indian law by whose name the biggest ie dangerous goons, gangsters, crooks, land mafia sweat. Because the imposition of ‘Rasuka’ on any criminal means up to one year (on extension of 3-3 months) then the police can keep him in jail. In the eyes of criminals and to keep them under control, ‘NSA’ is the only strict law under which the police of any state of India or any national level investigation agency. Without the permission of the court, any of its dangerous accused can be directly arrested and put in jail. That is why criminals sweat in the name of ‘Rasuka’.
The accused – the police will have to prove
Under ‘Rasuka’, the person who is directly arrested by the police and put in jail is not expected to get bail from any lower court. Three months after the arrest, the accused can only appear before the Special Review Board constituted by the High Court of the State. There he has to prove himself that, after all, why should he be released from jail after three or so? On the other hand, the agency sending the accused to jail directly before this board will have to prove that, after all, on what basis he (police or investigative agency) put the accused in jail even for a second (at least 12 months, which is Rasuka). What is the maximum time limit to keep someone in jail)? Meaning, in the cases of Rasuka, the round of the lower courts for bail is completely absent. Even this makes it easy for the police to put someone in jail by applying Rasuka.
Past and Present of “Rasuka”
‘Rasuka’ was made in the year 1980. So that to ensure the security of the country in the hands of the government, as many as possible strong and easy ‘Acts or Laws’ should be present at all times. One of the books of Hindustani law. It is such an act or law that the police, any national level investigative agency, district magistrate, police commissioner or any state government of the country can enforce or get the criminal done. ‘Rasuka’ is also such a very successful law that if any suspicious person, who is suspected to be a threat to the peace, law and order and sovereignty of the country, he should be arrested immediately for a minimum of three months and a maximum of 12 months. Can only be put in jail. ‘NSA’ (National Security ActIf we look at the history of ), it is included in the category of a ‘preventive law’.
Relationship of ‘Rasuka’ with British rule
Meaning, if a suspicious person is seen to be a threat to law and peace and order, then he can be immediately arrested under NSA and put in jail. Meaning that even before the suspect has committed an incident, that is, due to the strong apprehension of it, the police can arrest someone (suspect) as a precaution under this special type of act. Even though this law may not have been born in India in the year 1980, but its history is also related to the British rule. In that era (1881) the British government had coined a law named “Bengal Regulation-Three”. In which there was a provision to arrest any suspect as a precaution and put him directly in jail.
The “Act” that caused the Jallianwala incident
About 103 years ago from now i.e. in the year 1919 (during the British rule only) ‘Rowlatt Act,Rowlatt Act ,Rowlatt Act) was created. The Rowlatt Act was so strict that in it, the offender was not even allowed to conduct a ‘trial’ (an opportunity for the offender or accused to present his side during the trial, etc.) in the court. Meaning if the police arrested someone, then without any permission from the court, he could be directly put in jail. It is worth mentioning here that this very strict law implemented by the British rulers was the ‘Rowlett Act’, due to which the caliphate, Jallianwala Bagh (Jallianwala Bagh massacre) As it was executed till the fiery shooting. At that time, Indians had come out on the streets to protest this ‘Rowlett Act’ implemented by the British, calling it an autocratic law.
The law that drowned the Indira government
The first government formed in independent India under the Prime Ministership of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1950, ‘preventive detention act‘ brought. Whose deadline was completed on December 31 in 1969. Mrs. Indira Gandhi She was in 1971 when she was the Prime Minister.Maintenance of Internal Security Act,Maintenance of Internal Security Act MISA) which is abbreviated as ‘misa‘ Said, brought it. It was the same dangerous ‘Misa’ that Indira Gandhi was accused of openly using in 1975. Because he had then declared ’emergency’ in the country (Emergency in IndiaTo implement this dangerous law ‘MISA’ was openly misused. Therefore, over a period of time, the issues of ‘Missa’ and ‘Emergency’ were drowned in the ‘chair’ of the Prime Minister of Indira Gandhi.
‘Rasuka’ passed in Indian Parliament
In 1980, Mrs. Indira Gandhi became the Prime Minister again in the central power. So they get a dangerous new and tough law like MISA by getting it passed in the Parliament.national security act“That is, in the name of ‘Rasuka’ or say ‘NSA’, she brought it to the country. ‘Rasuka’ was passed in the Indian Parliament on 23 September 1980. After being passed in Parliament, on 27 December 1980, the ‘National Security Act Act’ was properly implemented in India. Which I have mentioned in front of you today through this EXPLAINER. If ‘Rasuka’ is read more deeply in the legal books, it comes to know that, against any suspect or accused, this act is imposed initially for 3 months. After that for 12 months, it can be continued with an interval of 3-3 months.
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The relation of ‘Rasuka’ with Jahangirpuri-Khargone
When it comes to a strict and successful law like ‘Rasuka’, then it becomes necessary to mention the Jahangipuri riots of Delhi’s capital and the violence in Khargone of Madhya Pradesh at this time. Delhi Police has used ‘Rasuka’ against 5 accused of Jahangirpuri riots (violence). These five accused are Salim Chikna, Dilshad, Ahid, Ansar and Imam Sheikh. Similarly, in the case of violence in Khargone, Madhya Pradesh on the day of Ram Navami, the investigating agency has used ‘Rasuka’ against two accused including Mohsin and Nawaz. So that at any cost, all these accused cannot file a bail application before any court of the country before the completion of the investigation.