NCRB report: CM Ashok Gehlot writes to Amit Shah as Politics over law and order sharpens in Rajasthan
Gehlot added that when Rahul Gandhi had visited Rajasthan after the Thanagazi incident many changes were made to the police system and now their priority is to help the complainants get justice.
The latest National Crime Records Bureau data show an increase of 7.3 per cent in crimes against scheduled caste people with 45,935 cases -- an increase from 42,793 cases registered in 2018.
During verification, it was found that incorrect information was sent to the NCRB.
With over 156 road accident cases per day, Tamil Nadu ranks first for the third year according to data from the NCRB. Most accidents took between 6 and 9 pm.
The City of Destiny ranked second in the list of 34 metropolitan cities in India in cybercrime, according to statistics released by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) for the year 2019.
According to the data, 50 percent of suicides in the state are related to family problems followed by illness which accounts for 18 percent of suicides
Ironically, Vijayawada, which has witnessed many initiatives and reforms in the police department in the past three years, stood first in terms of crimes against senior citizens.
NCRB data reveals that 167 weapons were seized in 2018, while the figure jumped to 291 in 2019; country-made guns constituted majority of these seizures
According to the NCRB’s annual ‘Crime in India’ report, Rs 94.21 lakh worth counterfeit notes were seized in Tamil Nadu in 2019.
However, 22 of these cases have been listed under ‘other IPC crimes’ in the NCRB list and are of petty in nature.
49 cases of human rights violation were lodged against various police departments across the country. However, chargesheets were filed against just eight police personnel.
They demanded immediate action to end atrocities against Dalit and Adivasis and that they would not trust mere promises anymore.
There were 32,033 incidents of rape and the crime rate for rape was the highest in Rajasthan, where 5,997 rapes were reported in 2019.
While 501 people were detained in different parts of India under NSA in 2017, the following year saw the detention of 697 people under the stringent law.
Among the causes behind the suicides, 37.2 per cent of total suicides were committed due to family problems while 17.1 per cent due to illness.