POLITICAL AND COMMUNAL CONFLICT ON MURDER CASES IN INDIA

1Dr. Balasaheb Sonajirao Garje, Dr. Atibha Vijaya Singh, Mr. Jitendra Yadav

175 Views
73 Downloads
Abstract:

Conflicts that resulted in murder were examined in detail, as well as the formal and informal options available to and selected by the parties involved, as well as how a crime came to be committed, as well as the role played by criminal justice systems and any other relevant elements. Three years of data from the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) reveal a modest but practically consistent rise of statistics related to violent categories, with the numbers of crimes against body exceeding crimes against property, and murder statistics indicating a little incline despite this. According to the 2013 Global Homicide Study, a substantial majority of killings are the result of interpersonal conflict, with India accounting for the highest percentage of homicides linked to interpersonal conflict at 48 percent (UNODC, 2014)

Keywords:

Political, Communal, India, Conflict on Murder.

Paper Details
Month2
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 2
Pages9844-9850