Hubballi: Govt mulls to make forensic evidence compulsory for crimes attracting more than six years punishment: Amit Shah

Amit Shah in Hubballi arriving to inaugurate indoor stadium on BVB CET campus

Hubballi: The Union Government is aiming to make forensic evidence “compulsory” for offences attracting punishment of more than six years, and they are going to change the law in the coming days. Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, stated

He was addressing a gathering after inaugurating the 75th anniversary celebration of BVB College of Engineering and Technology and an indoor stadium built on the campus at an estimated cost of Rs 25 crore here on Saturday.

He said, “If forensic evidence is made compulsory for offences with more than six years of punishment, then at least we need 50,000 forensic science expert graduates.”

He said today he was inaugurating the National Forensic Sciences University, off campus in Dharwad, and it would be the seventh campus in the country. He said forensic science is a vast science, and it has a very good future in the coming days, providing more employment to science graduates.

Expecting BVB student bring olympic medal

He said he was happy to inaugurate an indoor stadium built on the campus, he said the KLE Society leaders have promised to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that at least  one athlete from their institute bring medal for the country playing olympics. He said that their promise should become a reality.

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