Welcome To to All India Anti Crime Bureau

Illegal activities and crime are blights and blots of society, and there’s an extreme necessity to eliminate them. Crimes of any nature are activities against the constitution and penal laws, which also include corruption, are the biggest evils of society. Eradication of crime may sound as an arduous and or an elusive and unachievable task for many, but, it’s been seen over the years, substantiated with cognisance of civil and human rights, proactive and fortified people’s movements have always been successful in combating the evils. Undeniably and obviously, the law enforcing authorities play a monumental role. With their help and our co-operation with them, it can be made possible.


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I care a lot about the product or mission, which is extremely important, but I love focusing on understanding the people behind it.More

Chairman, Sh. Narinder Singh Patial

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Our focus at Legal Help India is to provide structured Legal information to different user groups for the areas relevant to them. In this endeavour, we have dedicated our skills and expertise in order to provide Legal information on Indian Laws which is widespread and reliable.

Ministry of Law and Justice is the oldest limb of the Government of India dating back to 1833 when the Charter Act 1833 enacted by the British Parliament. The said Act vested for the first time legislative power in a single authority, namely the Governor General in Council. By virtue of this authority and the authority vested under him under section 22 of the Indian Councils Act 1861 the Governor General in Council enacted laws for the country from 1834 to 1920. After the commencement of the Government of India Act 1919 the legislative power was exercised by the Indian Legislature constituted thereunder. The Government of India Act 1919 was followed by the Government of India Act 1935.

'Human rights' are those natural rights by virtue of which a human being enjoys life. These are those minimal rights which every individual must have against the State or other public authority by virtue of his being a “member of human family”, irrespective of any other consideration. In sum and substance, human rights are inherent in nature and without which we cannot live as human beings. Human rights are fundamental freedoms that allow us to fully develop, our intelligence, our dealings and our conceive and to satisfy our spiritual and other things. These are also called universal moral rights that do not have to be earned, bought or inherited. People are equally entitled to them regardless of their sex, race, color, language class or religious or political beliefs. Human Rights means the rights relating to life, liberty, equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the Constitution or embodied in the International Covenants and enforceable by courts in India.(Section 2(1)(d) of the Protection of Human Rights Act,1993).
The Family Courts Act, 1984 provides for establishment of Family Courts by the State Governments in consultation with the High Courts with a view to promote conciliation and secure speedy settlement of disputes relating to marriage and family affairs and for matters connected therewith. Under Section 3(1)(a) of the Family Courts Act, it is mandatory for the State Governments to set up a Family Court for every area in the State comprising a city or a town whose population exceeds one million. In other areas of the States, the Family Courts may be set up if the State Governments deems it necessary.

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It’s been seen for years together human rights have been recklessly violated time and time again. More

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