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Govt plans to make forensic probe must for offences carrying 6-year jail term: Shah

IndiaTimes Thursday, 14 October 2021
Union home minister Amit Shah on Thursday said the Centre intends to make forensic investigation mandatory for all criminal offences which are liable for six years of imprisonment. To ensure forensic investigation is made mandatory for such crimes, Shah said it was necessary to set up forensic laboratories in over 600 districts and to provide a mobile forensic van at the level of every police subdivision.
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