Jaipur, Nov. 18 -- After Maharashtra and Gujarat, Rajasthan could be the next Indian state to bring a special law against organised crimes and terrorism, according to officials who are examining the draft of the bill.

The Rajasthan bill is on the lines of the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) and Gujarat Control of Organised Crime Act (GUJCOCA).

President Ram Nath Kovind recently approved the Gujarat law which allows confessions before police and tapped audio conversations as evidence in the court of law.

The Rajasthan Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime (RCTOC) Bill, whose draft is being examined at multiple levels, stipulates that evidence collected through the interception of wire, electronic or oral co...