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    In Wanaparthy, three new laws will replace old criminal laws starting on July 1, 2024. These new laws aim to modernize the justice system and provide faster and fairer justice. The old Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure, and Indian Evidence Act will be repealed.

    District SP Rakshitha K Murthy inaugurated a training camp for police to educate them about the new laws. The new laws focus on protecting victims’ rights and improving investigation and prosecution of crimes. The training will cover how to apply the new laws in dealing with crimes and cases.

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    The new criminal laws aim to adapt to current times and technologies. The goal is to ensure justice for all by strengthening the judiciary and court management system. The training camp will help police understand the new provisions and how to implement them effectively.

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