UP Police arrests people under NSA

Bad time; CM tough!

The state police take stern action against the 17 people who were involved to attack the workers of health department. The accused have been arrested under the National Security Act i.e.Rasuka in this case.
Additional Chief Secretary (Home) of Uttar Pradesh, Avnish Awasthi gave this information to the media in Lucknow on Thursday this week.
On Monday, a businessman died due to corona virus in Nagfni police station area of Moradabad.  In order to step up rescue measures, a team from the police and Health Department arrived to quarantine the businessman's family and the neighborhood people on Wednesday. Meanwhile, some people started throwing stones at him. The health team including a doctor  and Nagfani station in-charge for the security purpose have sustained serious injuries.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister reacted strongly after the incident. He ordered the police to take action against the people involved in this incident under the National Security Act (NSA).
What is national security law
Rasuka i.e. National Security Act-1980 gives power to the government to keep a person in custody for the security of the country. By applying Rasuka, any person can be kept in jail for one year. However the approval of the Advisory Board has to be taken to be kept in jail for more than three months. Rasuka can be imposed based on the threat to the security of the nation and the possibility of deteriorating law and order.

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