Union Home Minister Amit Shah claimed in the Lok Sabha on Monday that his high-pitched voice is “my manufacturing problem,” eliciting smiles and laughter from MPs.
He further stated that he does not become enraged unless the subject of Kashmir is brought up. Amit Shah, who introduced the Criminal Procedure (Identification) Law 2022 in the House, said the bill sought to make criminal investigations more effective and speedy while also raising the conviction rate.
He attempted to assuage opposition members’ concerns about the law, which included the right to privacy.
As the opposing benches voiced their opinions, Amit Shah stated that he would answer “Dada’s” issue.
As the opposing benches voiced their opinions, Amit Shah stated that he would answer to “Dada’s” issue. The minister made everyone grin with his response, despite a joke from a Trinamool Congress member that the minister reacts to Dada in a furious tone.
“I never chastise anyone.” My voice has a high-pitched tone to it. It’s a flaw in my production. “I don’t get enraged, and I don’t get enraged when it comes to Kashmir,” he remarked.
In August of this year, Parliament enacted a bill repealing Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. A heated debate between Amit Shah and Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury occurred during the bill’s passage. Amit Shah had then responded to Chowdhury by saying, “What do you think we are?”
We are willing to give our lives for the sake of the country.”
The House then took up a discussion of the bill, which allows for legal sanction for collecting proper body measures of people who are compelled to do so to “improve the efficiency and expedition of criminal investigations.”
The bill aims to define “measurements” as finger imprints, palm-print and foot-print impressions, pictures, iris and retina scans, physical, and biological materials, as well as their analysis.
It aims to give the National Crime Records Bureau the authority to collect, store, and preserve measurement records, as well as share, disseminate, destroy, and dispose of records.