Taxmann Law Relating to Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances By Bidyut Kumar Banerjee , Srinivasan Gopal Edition August 2021

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Law Relating to Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances is a simple version of practical aspects of implementing the Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 (NDPS Act) by the enforcement officers based on up-to-date Judgements of the Hon’ble Supreme Court, High Courts & Trial Courts. It also features a step-by-step practical guide for enforcement officers to comply with the legal requirements in each step of the proceedings. Lastly, it features the application of the NDPS Act to the pharmaceutical industries.

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Taxmann Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances By Bidyut Kumar

Taxmann Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances By Bidyut Kumar

Law Relating to Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances is a simple version of practical aspects of implementing the Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 (NDPS Act) by the enforcement officers based on up-to-date Judgements of the Hon’ble Supreme Court, High Courts & Trial Courts. It also features a step-by-step practical guide for enforcement officers to comply with the legal requirements in each step of the proceedings. Lastly, it features the application of the NDPS Act to the pharmaceutical industries.

This book will be helpful for field officers/empowered officers of the empowered departments, NDPS Practitioners, members of Bar & Bench.

This book is divided into five parts:

  • Preview
  • General
  • Enforcement
  • Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Knowledge Enhancement Topics

The Present Publication is the Latest Edition, authored by Bidyut Kumar Banerjee & Srinivasan Gopal, with the following noteworthy features:

[In-depth Analysis of NDPS Act with Rules & Regulations] This book provides an in-depth analysis of various amended provisions of the NDPS Act and the Rules & Regulations made thereunder for the benefit of the empowered officers of the empowered departments

[Practical/Step-by-Step Guide to Comply with Legal Requirements of Proceedings with Case Laws] This book serves as a practical guide for the enforcement officers to comply with the following legal requirements, in the proceedings, with the latest Case Laws:

  • Recording of Information
  • Filing of Prosecution Charge Sheet/Complaint before the designated court
  • Steps required to be taken by all prosecution witnesses for tendering evidence before the trial court

[Reckoner of Latest Case Laws] This book also features a reckoner for the latest case laws, both reported & unreported by the following:

  • Hon’ble Supreme Court
  • High Courts, and
  • Trial Courts

[Lucid Discussion on Important Topics] such as:

  • CBD Oil v. Hemp Oil
  • Electronic Evidence
  • Offences by Pharmaceutical Companies, etc.

[Interplay with Other Laws] This book features interplay amongst provisions of:

  • The Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation) Act, 1992 & Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020 framed thereunder
  • The Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 & Rules made thereunder
  • The NDPS Act, 1985 & the Rules made thereunder
  • The Customs Act, 1962

[15+ Knowledge Enhancement Topics] provides academic discussions on the following:

  • Cannabis Plant – Myths, Realities, and Laws in India
  • Surface Web, Deep Web, Darknet & Illicit Trafficking
  • Use of Animals as Courier of Drugs or for Concealment of Drugs
  • Procuring Independent Witness, etc.

The detailed contents of this book are as follows:

Preview

  • Flow Charts on Enforcement Operations
  • Step-by-Step Proceedings & Documents in Detection, Investigation, Prosecution of NDPS Cases in a Condensed Form

General

  • An Overview of the NDPS Act, 1985
  • Understanding Drugs and Substances
  • Characteristics of Drugs and Substances
  • Nomenclature and Identification of Drugs and Substances
  • Prohibition, Control, Regulation, etc.
  • Implementation of Provisions of the Act

Enforcement

  • Empowered Officers
  • Mandatory Provisions
  • Offences and Punishment
  • Information
  • Search
  • Seizure
  • Enquiry
  • Arrest
  • Drawal of Samples
  • Investigation
  • Financial Investigation
  • Prosecution
  • Bail
  • Trial in NDPS Cases
  • Forfeiture of Illegally Acquired Property
  • Preventive Detention

Pharmaceutical Industries

  • Application of NDPS Act, 1985 to the Pharmaceutical Industries

Knowledge Enhancement Topics

  • Opioids versus Cannabinoids
  • Cannabis Plant – Myths, Realities, and Laws in India
  • CBD Oil v. Hemp Seed Oil
  • Electronic Evidence Admissibility and Proof Required thereof
  • Surface Web, Deepweb, Darknet and Illicit Trafficking
  • Vexatious Entry, Search, Seizure or Arrest – Free and Fair Investigation – Protection of Action taken in Good Faith- Interdependence thereof – Dealing in Drugs by Empowered Officers
  • Controlled Delivery
  • Offences by Companies
  • Commission of Offence under the Act by Juvenile
  • Use of Animals as Courier of Drugs or for Concealment of Drugs
  • The Repatriation of Prisoners Act, 2003 read with Transfer of Prisoners (Republic of India) Regulations, 2006 in Drugs Cases
  • InterPlay amongst the Provisions of (i) The Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation) Act, 1992 & Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020 framed thereunder, (ii) Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 & the rules made thereunder, (iii) The NDPS Act, 1985 & the Rules made thereunder and (iv) The Customs Act, 1962
  • Procuring Independent Witnesses – How to Overcome by using the Provisions of section 56 of the Act
  • Pre-trial Disposal of Conveyance
  • The Challenges

About the author

Bidyut Kumar Banerjee, recipient of Presidential Award for ‘Specially Distinguished Record of Service’, joined the service in 1978 and retired on superannuation as Assistant Director, DRI (HQ.), New Delhi in the year 2016. He served for more than 25 years in premier intelligence agencies viz. Directorate of Revenue Intelligence, Directorate General of Central Excise Intelligence (nowDirectorate General of Goods and Services Tax Intelligence) and Central Economic Intelligence Bureau. He has vast experience in combating indirect tax evasion and illicit trafficking of narcotic drugs and substances. He also represented India in a seminar on ‘Planning Meeting of Storm Enforcement Network on Medical Product Counterfeiting and Pharmaceutical Crime’ in Singapore, organised by INTERPOL.
He attended the ‘International Border Interdiction Training’ in U.S. organised by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and ‘Commodity Identification Workshop’ organised by Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration, U.S.A. His addresses mark his knowledge and teaching experiences to the Special Judges (NDPS) and Public Prosecutors at Delhi Judicial Academy on Investigation Challenges concerning Illicit Drug Trade, Financial Investigation etc. He is associated with the National Academy of Customs, Indirect Taxes & Narcotics and Central Detective Training Institute as guest faculty for delivering lectures to IRS Probationers, NCB officers, Superintendent, Inspectors and Police officers on various topics, including topics on enforcement provisions under the NDPS Act, 1985.

Srinivasan Gopal

Srinivasan Gopal is a graduate of the University of Madras, and he did his law from Delhi University.
Apart from the regular in-house training to various departmental officers, he is a regular faculty at the National Academy of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Faridabad for IRS Probationers and other ranks of officers of various formations of CBIC at National Academy of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Zonal Training Institutes located at Saket, New Delhi, Bhopal and Jaipur.
He has also held regular sessions for the officers of NCB, New Delhi, at the National Academy of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Zonal Training Institutes, New Delhi. He also delivers lectures at regular intervals on the NDPS Act, 1985 to the officers of Border Security Force, Shashtra Seema Bal and Indian Coast Guard.
He is also the content provider for the Mobile APP Indian Customs Traveller Guide launched by the Central Board of Excise and Customs (now CBIC), New Delhi. He has also brought out the Delhi Air Customs Manual to benefit the Departmental Officers and the general public.
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