Efforts Being Made To Defame Rajasthan: Gehlot On NCRB Report

Mumbai: After the report of the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) was released, Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot said efforts are being made to defame the state. It would be appropriate to compare the figures for 2019 and 2021 as there was a lockdown in 2020, Gehlot said

Gehlot said in spite of the arrangement of obligatory enlistment of FIRs in Rajasthan, the number of occurrences of wrongdoing enrolled in 2021 was around 5% not exactly that of 2019, while 17 states and Union domains, including Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Gujarat and Uttarakhand, enlisted more violations.

In a proclamation, he said Gujarat enrolled an increment of around 69% in episodes of wrongdoing, Haryana recorded a 24-per cent climb and Madhya Pradesh a 20-per cent increment.

“Uttar Pradesh is ahead in the nation in murder cases, wrongdoing against ladies and grabbing. Gujarat has the biggest number of custodial passings. On account of assault of minors under the POCSO Act, Madhya Pradesh positions first in the country while Rajasthan is at the twelfth spot,” the main clergyman said.

He said it is the consequence of the mandatory FIR enrollment strategy that in 2017-18, 33 per cent of FIRs were enlisted through courts under area 156(3) of the CrPC however presently, this has boiled down to 13 per cent.

Gehlot said because of the means taken by the state government, the time taken in the examination of assault cases has boiled down to 68 days from 274 days in 2017-18.

The typical time taken in the examination of a POCSO case was 232 days in 2018. It has now boiled down to 66 days, he called attention to.

“In Rajasthan, the power move is being made by the police against each wrongdoing and the public authority totally remains with the people in question,” he said.

Gehlot said in 2015, around 51 per cent of cases under the SC-ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act were enlisted through courts under segment 156(3) of the CrPC and presently, it has come down to around 10%.

“A question of concern is certain individuals have abused the public authority’s strategy of necessary enrollment of FIRs and got misleading FIRs enlisted. Subsequently, 45.28 per cent instances of wrongdoing against ladies in the state in 2019, 44.77 per cent in 2020 and 45.26 per cent in 2021 ended up being bogus,” he said, adding that severe move is being made against the people who got these misleading FIRs enlisted.

Gehlot additionally said the conviction rate in assault cases is around 48% in Rajasthan, while it is just 28.6 per cent at the public level.

He said in instances of monstrosities against ladies, the conviction rate in Rajasthan is 45.2 per cent, while it is 26.5 per cent at the public level. The forthcoming level of instances of barbarities against ladies is 9.6 while at the public level, it is 31.7. The forthcoming level of IPC cases in Rajasthan is around 10 while at the public level, it is 35.1.

The main clergyman said there is one more matter of worry that in around 90% of instances of sexual offences, the charged and the casualty were known to one another (relatives, family members, companions, associates and so forth.).

The central priest said endeavours were made to malign Rajasthan regarding an episode in Alwar in January where the casualty was a mentally tested young lady. He said the media had guaranteed that the young lady was assaulted yet in the examination, it ended up being a question of a street mishap.

“This matter was additionally shipped off the CBI for examination, yet the CBI didn’t actually take up the examination of the case,” Gehlot said.

He requested that the approach of necessary FIRs ought to be there in all states.

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