Lucknow. The Uttar Pradesh government has said that the special powers constituted by the state government have been given the same powers, the Central Industrial Security Force has also got it and no new provision has been made in it.
Additional Chief Secretary, Home Abneesh Kumar Awasthi said here on Tuesday that the state government has not made any new provision under the newly formed Uttar Pradesh Special Security Forces Act-2020. He said that this special security force formed in Uttar Pradesh has also been given powers on the basis of the powers given to the Central Industrial Security Force. He said Uttar Pradesh Special Security Forces would be responsible for the security of Metrorail, courts, airports, banks and other financial institutions.
Abneesh Kumar Avasti said that under Section 10 of the Act, published in the Official Gazette, a member of the force can arrest any person who can be arrested without a magistrate’s order and without a warrant. Members of the forces mentioned below will be prevented from carrying out their duties, threatened with assault, assault or use of criminal forces.
The Additional Chief Secretary, Home Affairs said that if any offense mentioned in Section 10 mentioned in the government notification is committed, the offender can be searched without a warrant without a chance to escape or hide the offense and if he believes that he has committed an offense, he should be arrested. Can go
He said that under the Act, the arrested person would have to be handed over to a police officer or in the absence of a police officer, he would be taken to the nearest police station with a report describing the circumstances of the arrest.
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