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CJI: New criminal laws put our legal framework into new age

IndiaTimes Saturday, 20 April 2024
Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud gave enthusiastic approval to the new criminal laws scheduled for enforcement starting July 1, stating on Thursday, "These laws signify a watershed moment for our society because no law affects the day-to-day conduct of our society like the criminal law." CJI said BNSS encompassed a holistic approach to deal with crimes in the digital age.
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