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Committee to reform criminal law

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    7th Jul, 2020
  • Central Committee for reforms in Criminal Law, headed by Ranbir Singh was constituted by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA)
  • The objective of this exercise is to gather opinions by consulting with experts and collating material for their report to the government.
  • There will be total 5 members including Chairperson
  • Ranbir Singh (Chairperson)- Vice-Chancellor, National Law University (NLU), Delhi
    • -G.S. Bajpai (Member and convenor)- Registrar, NLU Delhi
    • Balraj Chauhan (Member) – Vice-Chancellor, Dharmashastra NLU Jabalpur
    • -Mahesh Jethmalani (Member)- Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India
    • -G.P. Thareja (Member) - Former District and Sessions Judge, Delhi.

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