NCRB Report 2022: Crime Rate Dips Drastically In Uttar Pradesh, Zero Dacoities!
Lucknow, December 6 (TNA) A major achievement has been registered in action against crime and criminals in Uttar Pradesh. If we look at the NCRB data for 2022, more than 35 lakh cases were registered in the country whereas only 4,01,787 cases were registered in UP.
The crime rate of UP is 171.6 per cent as compared to 258.1 per cent of the entire country, whereas the ratio of cases registered in UP to the cases registered in the country was 11.28 per cent. Compared to other states and union territories, UP ranks 20th in the number of cases filed while Uttar Pradesh is the most populous state in the country. Its ratio is 16.89 per cent, which shows that compared to many small states, UP has significantly reduced criminal incidents. Apart from this, UP has defeated big states in providing punishment for crimes related to women.
According to NCRB data, 28,522 murder cases were registered in the country, taking the crime rate (defined as the number of crimes relative to the number of crimes per one lakh population) to 2.1 per cent. 3,491 murder cases have been registered in Uttar Pradesh, whose crime rate is 1.5 per cent. In such a situation, UP is in 28th place in terms of murder.
Whereas in Jharkhand, the crime rate of murder is 4 per cent, compared to Uttar Pradesh, the crime rate of Arunachal Pradesh is 3.6 per cent and Chhattisgarh, Haryana is 3.4 per cent. Similarly, 57,256 cases of attempt to murder were registered in the country, whose crime rate is 4.1 per cent. 3,788 cases of attempt to murder were registered in Uttar Pradesh, which ranks 25th in the entire country with a crime rate of 1.6 per cent.
Similarly, 83,344 cases of outraging modesty were registered in the country, which is 12.4 per cent. 10,548 cases of outraging modesty were registered in UP, whose crime rate is 17th in the entire country with a crime rate of 9.4 per cent. Whereas in Uttar Pradesh, the crime rate of modesty crime is 32 per cent in Orissa, 26.6 per cent in Kerala and 24.9 per cent in Jammu and Kashmir. 615 cases of kidnapping for ransom were registered in the country while only 30 cases were registered in Uttar Pradesh. In such a situation, UP is in 30th position in terms of kidnapping for ransom cases.
According to NCRB data, the country's national average conviction rate for crimes related to women is 25.3 per cent. According to the report of the year 2022, 70.8 per cent punishment has been given in crimes related to women in Uttar Pradesh. Whereas in Mizoram, 68 per cent, 60.9 per cent in Bihar, 59.5 per cent in Chhattisgarh and 56.4 per cent in Manipur have been given punishment for crimes related to women.