Thuggee and Dacoity Suppression Act
By Antariksh AnantPublished on 9 Feb 2022 1:34 PM GMT
Introduction Thuggee and Dacoity Suppression Act 1836–48 in British India under East India Company rule were a series of legal acts that prohibited thugee—a training in North and Central India including burglary and ritualized murder and mutilation on parkways—and dacoity, a type of banditry pervasive in a similar district, and recommended discipline for something similar. Thugs were the… Read More »
Updated On 9 Feb 2022 1:34 PM GMT
Antariksh is a Law student at RGNUL - Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Patiala, Punjab, India.