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    First case filed under Section 194 of the Bharateeya Nyaya Sanhita in Gadwal district

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    The first case under the new Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BNS) was registered at the Rajoli police station in Jogulamba Gadwal district on July 1, 2024. Bati keri Srinivasulu tragically died after jumping into Sunkesula Dam due to health and family problems, and his son, Bati keri Basavaraju, filed a complaint. District SP Shri T. Srinivasa Rao advised registering the case under Section 194 of the BNSS, and Rajoli SS Jagadish officially registered the case.

    District SP Shri T. Srinivasa Rao organized a comprehensive training program for all police officers and staff in the district to familiarize them with the new laws. He confirmed that 100% of the personnel received training through dedicated orientation classes. Moving forward, cases will be registered, armed enforcement will be executed, investigations will adhere to SOPs, evidence collection will follow updated protocols, and charge sheets will be meticulously prepared and filed in judicial positions according to the new legal standards.

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    The District SP highlighted the integration of contemporary techniques into the new criminal laws to align law enforcement with modern practices and technological advancements. Many new provisions have been incorporated into the new criminal laws to enhance victim protection, improve crime investigations, and align with current technologies.

    Officers have been thoroughly trained on applying these new laws and understanding their nuances when dealing with crimes and related cases. The training covered both practical and theoretical aspects of the new legal framework. Writers have also been in contact with higher officials and experts who have undergone specialized training to ensure effective law enforcement in accordance with the latest legal standards. This approach aims to ensure comprehensive understanding and seamless implementation of the new laws across all levels of the police force.

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