National Security Act

The National Security Act of 1980 is a law that empowers the Central government and state governments to detain individuals who are acting in any way that may adversely impact India’s national security, its diplomatic interests and public order. The Uttar Pradesh government announced that this law will be invoked along with the Gangster Act against those who are involved in black marketing or hoarding of oxygen, medicines and injections required for COVID-19 treatment.


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