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Disputed Ordinance Which Saves Officers Sent to Select Committee

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Rajasthanonweb: 24 Oct, 2017, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has sent the disputed Ordinance to the Select Committee after the Political Party protest inside and outside the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly. Raje had to go back to the back after the opposition's ruckus It is being told that Raje took this decision after discussions with senior cabinet ministers on the issue. After this decision BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy welcomed the move. He said, "It is a smart move to send the bill to the Select Committee of the Legislative Assembly. Raje has introduced his democratic nature. '

After this, the Assembly has adjourned the Legislative Assembly till 1 a.m. in the middle of the rioting in the Assembly. The Congress party is demanding it to withdraw the Ordinance.

Let us know that two public interest petitions were filed in the Rajasthan High Court and on Monday evening after Vasundhara Raje discussed the order of being asked as 'disputed' and 'unfortunate', four senior ministers and BJP chief Ashok Paranami. had called. Regarding this order, the government had to constantly face criticism within the opposition and within the party itself. Let the two legislators of the BJP consider it a 'black law'.

According to sources, Vasundhara also met government officials on Monday evening and considered the perception and image about the order between the public and the media. Referring to the sources, Cabinet Ministers Rajendra Rathore, Gulabchand Kataria, Arun Chaturvedi and Younus Khan met the Chief Minister at the Chief Minister's residence.

Under this ordinance, it will not be easy to complain in the police or the courts against the former and present judges, officers, government employees and babus in Rajasthan. In such cases, the government approval will be mandatory for lodging of FIR. Apart from the Opposition Congress, two legislators of the ruling BJP were also opposed to this bill. After the bills were introduced in the Assembly of Assembly on Monday, a fierce uprising had started, after which the proceedings of the assembly were adjourned till Tuesday.

What is Ordinance?

It is noteworthy that the Rajasthan government has issued an ordinance and amendment in the Code of Criminal Procedure and Indian Penal Code, which prohibits public disclosure of order on the complaint without the approval of the state government and the matter against which the case is pending. Has been given.

According to the ordinance, information of his photograph, name, address and family information can not be made public until the state government's approval is not filed. For ignoring the provision of 2 years of imprisonment and fines has been made. According to the Ordinance issued on 7th September, the court will not be able to order direct inquiry on the complaint under section 156 (3) of the CRPC. The court will be able to order the inquiry only after getting permission from the state government.

No FIR without government approval

Under the Ordinance, without the approval of the State Government, police will not be able to file any lawsuit against public servants, neither will be able to investigate, nor will the magistrate be ordered to order the inquiry.

National Vice President of People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) Radhekanth Saxena and State President Kavita Srivastava had opposed this Ordinance, saying that this will limit the rights of the courts and the media. PUCL had said that this Ordinance will be challenged in the Rajasthan High Court.

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