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HomeIndiaExpedite Probe Into Cases Under Sc/st Act: Nitish | Patna News

Expedite Probe Into Cases Under Sc/st Act: Nitish | Patna News


PATNA: CM Nitish Kumar on Wednesday asked DGP R S Bhatti to ensure regular review of notified works under the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act and expedite investigation in the cases registered under the SC/ST Act by launching a special drive.
While chairing a meeting of state-level surveillance and monitoring committee, constituted under the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, Nitish further asked the DGP to ensure submission of chargesheet in the court within 60 days in the criminal cases registered under the Act.
He said the DGP and other senior officials should make special efforts for ensuring speedy trial of the cases registered under the Act, so that the people hailing from weaker sections of the society should get justice on time.
The CM asked the home and law department officials, besides the DMs and SPs to improve conviction rate and ensure speedy trial in all such cases.
“The DMs should also review the activities of the district-level surveillance and monitoring committee,” he said and asked the DMs to ensure timely payment of compensation to the victims belonging to the SC/ST groups.
The CM asked the home department officials to hand over the SC/ST cases to competent public prosecutors so that they can be able to make effective arguments in the court to ensure justice to the affected people.
Nitish also said his government did many works for the progress of the SC/ST people ever since he got an opportunity to serve the state.
Former CM Jitan Ram Manjhi, deputy speaker Maheshwar Hazari, finance minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary, building construction minister Ashok Choudhary, SC/ST Welfare minister Santosh Kumar Suman, agriculture minister Kumar Sarvjeet, Panchayati Raj Minister Murari Prasad Gautam, labour resources minister Surendra Ram, prohibition and excise minister Sunil Kumar and many legislators were present at the meeting.





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