Two payments to set up the National Forensic Sciences University and the Rashtriya Raksha University have been passed in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday by voice vote. Both the payments have already been cleared by Lok Sabha. The National Forensic Sciences University Bill seeks to set up a National Forensic Sciences University by upgrading the Gujarat Forensic Sciences University.
The proposed college would facilitate and promote research and analysis, and assist obtain excellence in the sphere of forensic science in conjunction with utilized behavioural science research, legislation, criminology and different allied areas.
Replying to a brief dialogue, Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy, who moved each the payments in the Upper House, stated a correct forensic investigation performs an essential function in a police investigation.
Around 1.5 lakh instances have been pending in the nation due to lack of forensic professionals, he famous.
Reddy additionally identified that there are over 1.14 lakh posts of forensic specialists and the approaching up of the college would assist in filling such posts.
The Rashtriya Raksha University Bill, alternatively, seeks to set up the Rashtriya Raksha University in Gujarat. Its key aims embrace offering dynamic and excessive requirements of studying and analysis and offering a working setting devoted to advancing analysis, schooling and coaching in the area of policing.
The debate on every of the 2 payments remained brief as a number of opposition events boycotted the House proceedings to protest the suspension of eight members.