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  • Re: Juvenile in Nirbhya case release from juvenile home

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    usha manohar
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    suni51 wrote:

    They could have done it earlier but they preferred spending their time for their own petty issues.

    Definitely so, now that the bill has been passed it still has not meted out justice to the most violent criminal simply because he was a couple of months younger at the time of conviction and now he cannot be convicted again ! If the bill had been passed earlier, probably he could have been held in captivity for some more time...the opposition party is to be fully blamed for this !


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  • Re: Juvenile in Nirbhya case release from juvenile home

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    rambabu
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    Yes. Cutting across the party lines, the members agreed to on the need to pass the Bill Juvenile Justice for discussion to pass the Bill. But Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azaad in Rajya Sabha opposed saying Scheduled Castes schedule tribes amendment Bill should discussed.

     


  • Re: Juvenile in Nirbhya case release from juvenile home

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    Shampa Sadhya
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    I feel, today also they acted upon it only because there was a great hue and cry by the common people of the country. Students came out on the street and even the parents of Nirbhaya did not give up and protested peacefully near Jantar Mantar which forced the Parliamentarians to pass the bill. 


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  • Re: Juvenile in Nirbhya case release from juvenile home

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    rambabu
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    True. Nirbhaya's parent's unrelented efforts yielded the results. In fact the Ruling party was serious to discuss the Juvenile Bill in the Rajya Sabha that was already passed in Lok Sabha. It was due to creation of Congress party's hurdles, the Bill was delayed.

     


  • Re: Juvenile in Nirbhya case release from juvenile home

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    Manoj Kumar Lamba
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    Now the bill was passed yesterday. Those who have done serious crime and are between age of 16 - 20 will be treated as adult criminal and given hard punishment.


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  • Re: Juvenile in Nirbhya case release from juvenile home

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    Shampa Sadhya
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    I am happy that the bill got passed but somehow I am not satisfied with the minimum age limit. It should be even lower than sixteen. I have come to know from various sources that boys of thirteen or fourteen years watch porn movies and when asked not to watch it again, the reply comes that they were addicted. These boys are neither poverty stricken nor from uneducated background. The whole thing is so ridiculous. My firm opinion is if a child of any age does a crime as an adult then he should be treated as an adult and nothing short of it.

    While saying this I would like to point out that parents need to understand their duty very seriously. If a section is getting into crime due to lack of education and money then another section is indulging in such criminalities due to overexposure to money and freedom at a very tender age. Children of twelve or so are using smartphones and computers with unlimited internet connection. How many can control themselves and tread on a right path when they are open to so much of provocation?


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  • Re: Juvenile in Nirbhya case release from juvenile home

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    vijay
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    It should create fear of law in this age group that they cannot now go scot free.


  • Re: Juvenile in Nirbhya case release from juvenile home

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    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
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    The more important issue is not that a minor committed crime. It is more significant why minor committed crime as an adult would do. The issue is that the minor was made to work for livelihood along with adults as a bus cleaner. So he lost his innocence early. He lost his childhood. That is how society committed crime of snatching childhood and innocence and made him criminal. The parliament has acted hastily under crowd pressure. It is necessary to ensure that there is no child labor and children go to schools and study and play with other children instead of working in tea shops and trucks with adults. If this is ensured, there will be very little chance of such heinous crime by children.  


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  • Re: Juvenile in Nirbhya case release from juvenile home

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    Shampa Sadhya
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    Three years lapsed between the Nirbhaya case and the release of the minor and still you say that the Parliament acted hastily. They failed to utilise the time and discuss it point by point. When Parliament fails in its duty then only common people protest. Discussions after discussion will not save the lives of the victims and you are worried about the minor who committed such heinous crime. In my last post I mentioned, boys from educated and sound economic background are also into heinous crime due to overexposure to the internet. It's not always rape but boys are brutally murdering their own classmates on trivial issues. Is it because adults are intimidating them? No, some have criminal bend of mind that we should not deny. I don't say that ignore these juveniles for their crimes but don't give too much of importance also or else they will never fear law and in the heinous crimes the juveniles should be treated as adults.  


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  • Re: Juvenile in Nirbhya case release from juvenile home

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    rambabu
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    Manoj Kumar Lamba wrote:

    Now the bill was passed yesterday. Those who have done serious crime and are between age of 16 - 20 will be treated as adult criminal and given hard punishment.

    A commendable move by the Parliament. It could have been implemented much earlier, but for the hurdles created by the Opposition Parties.

     


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