A Step Ahead to Fight Terrorism - UAPA
Grandmaster Shifuji Shaurya Bhardwaj elaborates upon the recent amendment to the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) and gives us a comprehensive view of its implications.
About Grandmaster Shifuji Shaurya Bhardwaj Sir-
A true patriot at heart, Grandmaster Shifuji is an advocate of all causes that further the goal of developing India – whether its India’s traditional art forms or India’s strong soldiers. He is proficient in world's oldest and mother of all MARTIAL ARTS Kalaripayattu as a Gurukkal and is a freelance commandos mentor. Grandmaster Shifuji has Invented and launched various training programs such as Mission Prahar, Mission Meri Mitti, and Mission Prachand Bharat. He is also known for his greatest invention and revolution in commandos Mentoring by inventing Mitti System exclusively for indian armed forces and elite sexual forces as free of cost.
The UAPA and its implications -
With the goal of protecting the country from the harm of terrorism, the Parliament has passed certain amendments to the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). The bill has been passed to strengthen India’s internal security systems, aligning them to those of several other countries. These amendments have been passed with a view to bring about further security in the country. An important aspect within the ambit of this act includes seizure of properties and assets under terror organizations and outfits. This measure will prove to be highly beneficial since terror organizations once outlawed, used to disintegrate, only to emerge with another outfit structure and name.
However, several concerns over this new amendment have been raised. The most important is the procedure of tagging an individual as a terrorist, as opposed to an organization, or a group. This has been thought to be harmful as this provision can be misused, an