Central Government is planning to put an end to cyber crimes, Says Rajnath Singh (Union Home Minister). However, it is observed that the rate of conviction towards cyber crime is a bit low but to tighten more, the centre is taking steps to fight to the total eradication of Cybercrime by the help of some expert group.
During LokSabha question hour time, Rajnath Singh told that the Central is also working on this direction (Cyber Crime).
Kiren Rijiju, Union Minister of State Home Affairs said that threat from cyber-crime is a “reality” that needs to be tackled by sensitising the police and taking other steps. He also stated the government is also taking necessary massive steps and actions against cybercrime.
TMC leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay Opposed to the statement given by NDA about the rate of conviction of cybercrime is low but in 2015, out of 844 people arrested only 224, he said and asked what significant steps the government is taking.
Rajnath says National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government will come up with an expert group within 6 – 7 months of coming to power.
Three months earlier, Rajnath said that Cyber-crime is the biggest challenge for the country and Cyberspace is also increasingly being used to radicalise young minds, he said.