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  • 05 August, 2021

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Fast Track Special Courts (FTSCs)

  • To bring more stringent provisions and expeditious trial and disposal of such cases, the Central Government enacted "The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2018" and made provision of stringent punishment including death penalty for perpetrators of rape.
  • This led to the establishment of the Fast Track Special Courts (FTSCs).
  • Fast Track Special Courts are dedicated courts expected to ensure swift dispensation of justice.
  • They have a better clearance rate as compared to the regular courts and hold speedy trials.
  • Besides providing quick justice to the hapless victims, it strengthens the deterrence framework for sexual offenders.
  • Currently covering 28 States, it is proposed to be expanded to cover all 31 states which are eligible to join the Scheme.
  • It is supporting the efforts of State/UT Governments for providing time bound justice to hapless victims of sexual offences in the country including the remote and far - flung areas.
  • Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the continuation of 1023 Fast Track Special Court (FTSCs) including 389 exclusive POCSO Courts as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) from 01.04.2021 to 31.03.2023 with an outlay of Rs. 1572.86 crore (Rs.971.70 crore as Central Share and Rs.601.16 crore as State share). Central Share is to be funded from Nirbhaya Fund. The Scheme was launched on 02.10.2019.

Impacts of Fast Track Special Courts

  • Further the commitment of the Nation to champion the cause of safety and security of women and girl child.
  • Reduce the number of pending cases of Rape & POCSO Act.
  • Provide speedy access to justice to the victims of sexual crimes and act as a deterrent for sexual offenders.
  • Fastracking of these cases will decrease the backlog of the judicial system and the burden of case pendency.

Source: PIB


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