Country's first case in Gwalior, know in which state and for which crime the first FIR was registered under the new law

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi : The Indian Penal Code has now become a thing of the past. The Indian Penal Code has been implemented in its place just a day ago. Apart from this, the Indian Civil Defense Code and the Indian Evidence Code have also come into force from July 1. These two criminal laws have also replaced the Code of Criminal Procedure and the Indian Evidence Act respectively. After the implementation of the Indian Penal Code, there has been a lot of change in the sections applicable to crimes. After its implementation on Monday, the first case under it in the country was registered in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. This case registered at 12:10 pm was related to sports bike theft. How was the first day first show of the new criminal laws, especially the Indian Penal Code, in which state the first FIR was registered for which crime, let's take a look.Madhya Pradesh
The first FIR in the country under the Indian Judicial Code was registered by the Gwalior Police. A case of theft of a sports bike worth about Rs 1.8 lakh was registered at 12.10 am.

Uttar Pradesh
Police Station- Rahra, Amroha
Time- 9:51 am
Case- Death due to negligence (48-year-old farmer Jagpal Singh died due to electric shock in the field. A case was filed against neighbor Rajveer Singh and his son. They had laid an electric wire in the field.)
Section 106 of the BNS

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Police Station- Sadari, District Pali
Time- 10:22 am
Case- Attack on farmer
BNS sections- 115 (2) (voluntarily causing hurt), 126 (2) (wrongful restraint), 324 (4) and (5) (mischief causing damage to property)

Police Station- Rengakhar, District Kabirdham
Time- 12:30 PM
Case- Assault and abuse; first case under BNS in Maoist violence affected area of ​​India
BNS Sections- 296 and 351(2)

Himachal Pradesh
Police Station- Dhanotu, District Mandi
Case- Assault
BNS sections- 126 (2), 115 (2), 352, 351 (2)

Gujarat Police registered the first FIR under the new law at 12:15 am. The case was registered against a bike rider. The case was registered for obstructing a public road.
Police Station- Chiloda, Gandhi Nagar
Time- 12:15 PM
Offence: Obstructing public road (A person named Nikul Bihola had parked his bike on Moto Chiloda-Dehgam Road and was sitting on it.)
BNS Section – 285

Police Station- Sadar Dhuri, Sangrur District
Time- 11:47 am
Case- Theft of tubewell pump motor wire
BNS Section- 303 (2) (Theft)

Police Station- Hassan Rural
Time- 9:15 am
Case- Accident caused due to negligence of hired driver. 60 year old Y Indu was returning from Bangalore airport to her home in Halebid. The car fell off the bridge and she died.
BNS Section- 281 (rash driving or riding), 106 (causing death due to negligence)

West Bengal
Police Station- Bansdroni, South Kolkata
Case- Fraud (40-year-old woman claimed that she was cheated by several people due to which she was defrauded of Rs 2.4 lakh. 4 people are named in the FIR)
BNS sections- 61 (2)A, 204, 316 (2), 318 (4), 336 (3), 338, 340 (2)

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