Pan: The Ministry of Home Affairs has invited suggestions for proposed amendments to prevent damage. Property (PDPP) Act, 1984. Proposed amendments want to stop future Violators From Wrecked And destroying public / private property during agitation and other forms of protest. The proposed amendments would also bar the office bearers of these organizations.
Supreme court A committee was set up under the chairmanship of former Supreme Court Judge Justice KT Thomas, which examined the modalities to be adopted to protect the Public Property Act, 1984 (PDPP Act, 1984) from harm and to be more effective and appropriate. Gave suggestions as well. Changes, which can make the law more meaningful.
The committee concluded that the current law was inadequate and ineffective to deal with the increasing number of instances of public property damage, which made some recommendations for amendments to the Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act, 1984. The MHA had decided to accept these recommendations. Committee on Justice Katie Thomas.
The current provision of Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act, 1984 and the proposed draft of Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act are also available on the website of the Ministry of Home Affairs, www.mha.nic.in.
The suggestions / comments on the proposed draft PDPP Act (Amendment) Bill, 2015 have been resolved on or before 20 July 2015 from the public and other stakeholders and may be referred to the Ministry of Home Affairs, CS Division, 5th Floor, NDCC. Building, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi-110001. Suggestions can also be sent to e-mail: email@example.com.
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