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Ashok Gehlot Urges PM Modi to Consider Making FIR Registration on Each Complaint a Must

File picture of Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot (PTI File)

In his letter, Gehlot argued that making the FIR registration a should on every grievance might give an impression that the crime charge in an space has gone up drastically, however in actuality, it is just the reporting of the incidents that goes up.

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  • Last Updated: November 12, 2020, 23:44 IST
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Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging him to contemplate having a system of obligatory registration of FIRs on every compliant all around the nation on traces of Rajasthan. In his letter, Gehlot argued that making the FIR registration a should on every grievance might give an impression that the crime charge in an space has gone up drastically, however in actuality, it is just the reporting of the incidents that goes up.

And that, in flip, places an efficient verify on the fee of the crime and results in an efficient and preventive policing. Referring to the policing improvements in Rajasthan, he stated different states can also make the most of this efficient and delicate system.

A system of obligatory registration of FIRs may be applied throughout the nation for sustaining legislation and order in an efficient method, he stated. In his letter, Gehlot stated to be able to take away the complexity within the registration of crimes, Rajasthan applied a system of obligatory registration of FIRs in 2019.

As per this method, if a police station refuses to register an FIR, it may be lodged on the workplace of the district superintendent of police as properly and refusal to lodge the case additionally entails a disciplinary motion in opposition to erring officers, he stated. The chief minister stated a compulsory FIR system is sure to jack up the crime figures within the state, a truth additionally recognised by the National Crime Record Bureau in its 2019 report.

The NCRB report, nonetheless, has additionally identified that there’s a distinction between the rise in crime and the rise in reporting and registration of crimes.

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