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First FIR under new law in Gwalior, says Amit Shah, case against street vendor dismissed

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Amid the controversy over first FIR u/s of Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023 being re

Amid the controversy over first FIR u/s of Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023 being registered at Kamla Market PS in Delhi against a street vendor u/s 285 of Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita for obstruction under foot over bridge of New Delhi Railway Station and making sales, the Union Home Minister Amit Shah has clarified.

He clarified that the first case under new criminal laws was registered in Gwalior, MP. The case registered in Delhi was one of the first cases registered under the new laws. Amit Shah said that the first case (under the new laws) has been registered at a Police station in Gwalior.

"It was a case of theft, someone's motorcycle was stolen. The case was registered at 12.10 am...As far as the case against a vendor (registered at a Police Station in Delhi) is concerned, there were provisions for the same earlier too and it is not a new provision. Police used the provision to review it and dismissed that case.", he said.