History of Indian Police that you may have never heard of

History of Indian Police that you may have never heard of

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Friends, today I am very sorry to say that the Indian Police is a gift of the British. Today I will tell you about the history of Indian Police which you may have never heard of. Friends, as you may know, the East India Company came to India in 1612 on the pretext of trade and started trading in Surat. Their main business was to sell foreign fighter products in India. In the beginning, it spread its business to many parts of India. Along with business, he also befriended the kings of India. Gradually when business grew, they started ruling many states by bribing the kings. In this way their number increased.
After the Battle of Plassey in 1757, the roots of East India became stronger. At that time Viceroy of East India Company was Robert Clive. Now they slowly started hoisting the flag of East India Company on every state. Now the power of the East India Company had increased and they had started plundering India as well as persecuting them. When the atrocities increased, the revolt among the people of India increased. The rebellion started with Mangal Pandey and slowly a large number of revolutionaries had gathered against the East India Company. Then the revolution of 1857 started and the East India Company lost its evil ways.
Now the East India Company returned to England but before leaving, they went to India to establish their roots by establishing “Indian Police Act”. Police did not exist before 1857, instead the justice of the king and his soldiers took care of their defense system. Now after the formation of the Police Act in 1860, all the British officers who made the “Indian Police Act” had enacted such stringent laws that their roots could again be strong in India. The people of India were unaware of these laws at that time and viewed the police system from the point of view of security, but they did not know the purpose behind it.
Gradually, the Indian people also started joining the police and in this way the police started in India. Now the British spread this police system as a security system and spread many people to the police. At that time the British were always in high positions and Indians were kept in lower positions. Now the same police had kept the Indians in their possession at the behest of the British officers of high positions. Any rebellion could be imprisoned for no reason. When Simon came to India during Simon Commission in India, people started rebelling against him, in which there was a huge rebellion under the leadership of Lala Lajpat Rai due to not a single Indian joining.
Now under this “Indian Police Act” lathicharch was done on those who revolted and as a result Lalaji died. Lalji died due to the same law made by the British. In response, Bhagat Singh killed Sanders and ordered punishment for Fasi. When journalists of that time spoke with Bhagat Singh, he said that “India will never be free if this Indian Police Act is not abolished”. Bhagat Singh was hanged but he fought for the country as an inspiration to millions of youth.
Friends, India got independence but that “Indian Police Act” is still going on, under which the innocent people are charged with sticks on the rebellion. Friends, I do not say that the police should not make the security system, but apart from the lathi charge, there are many ways by which the security system can be improved. In this way, what you see for the security system today is the gift of the British. If the British made some soft laws for the security system at that time instead of strict laws, then the people of India have love for the police instead of anger. So friends, you should describe your attitude towards the Indian Police Police by commenting so that new methods of security can be developed.

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