After Manipur, the Uttar Pradesh State Law Commission has recommended a law to curb the incidents of mob violence. Justice M. Mittal, the Chairman of the Commission, handed over the full details to the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday. If consent is made in the law in the state, then the UPA will be the second state in the country.So far only such a law has been made in Manipur. The Madhya Pradesh government is also preparing it. The Uttar Pradesh State Legal Commission was researching on ways to stop violence for a long time. In its report, the Commission has said that the recent violence in the West Bengal, Kerala, Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand states has started spreading its legs in UP too. Its prevention is important.
The Commission says that crowd violence is also due to police negligence. Police are also targeted at the growing incidents of frenzied violence and the police seem to understand the public as their enemy. these incidents are not only related to the preservation of cattle, but also related to theft, love affair, theft of children, rape and some superstitions like ghosts, ghosts, witch, tantras and mantras. In fact, the Supreme Court had expressed concern about the violence of the crowd and told the states that it has been mentioned in the report of the Law Commission that has stopped the way that the Supreme Court has also expressed concern over the hysterical violence.
In a significant decision of 2018, the Supreme Court had asked the Center and the State Governments to make the case a separate offense in four weeks as a separate crime. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken of the harsh punishment of the crowds of mob violence.