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UP: Those accused of serious crime will not get anticipatory bail

In a major development, criminals accused of serious crimes, including sexual assault of children and women, will no longer get anticipatory bail from the courts of Uttar Pradesh. The Yogi Adityanath government has introduced an amendment in the existing bill in this regard in the state assembly. According to the proposed amendment, apart from offenses… Continue reading UP: Those accused of serious crime will not get anticipatory bail

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