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CONSIDER HARASSMENT OF THAT SO CALLED JUVENILE

Posted On: 24 Dec, 2015 Others में

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December 21 at 12:26pm ·
The Court, however, made it clear that it was bound by the statute.
“There should be some legal sanction. There is nothing in law. We share your concern but law as it stands today [does not provide for this]. We will be taking away the right under Article 20 and 21 [if we issue any directions].”
#Nirbhaya: “We share your concern but there is no legal sanction” – SC dismisses plea by DCW -…
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Umapathy BE
Umapathy BE Tragedy is that if a eminent advocate argues, S.C. likely to ” go out of the way” to give succour to Nirbhaya’s parents.
By invoking either Article 32 or 142 , S.C. ought to have granted ” massive desired relief ( all Remedies- Criminal & Civil) “.
For a victim of rape and dacoity, and victimized IFoS officer of U.P. ( Rahul Kumar ) S.C. granted desired relief under Criminal Procedure Code, 357A (4 ). Nirbhaya’s parents definitely deserve this.
Our legislators legitimately protect their own tribe by:
(1) Producing an Ordinance, which promptly get’s President’s assent.
(2) Both L.S. & R.S show overzealous interest in passing Law.
(3) Lalu Prasad Yadav, Somashekar Reddy MLA ( brother of Janardhan Reddy MLA ), are few of the beneficiaries.
Let them get ” Victim-centric Justice ( and NOT Criminal Justice System ) System.
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Rahul Kumar
Rahul Kumar CONSIDER HARASSMENT OF THAT SO CALLED JUVENILE We have lopsided attitude towards release of that so called juvenile. We express imaginary doubt that he can again be a criminal but we forget to express reasonable doubt that if his identity is revealed,he can be harassed in society. He can be brutaly beaten,murdered by mob or can be falsely implicated in rape or any heinous crime due to his previous bad conduct.People can get the benefit of his previous bad conduct in implicating him falsely, though his previous record of crime has been removed.Due to this reason of being harassed,that so called juvenile preferred to stay at an NGO for two years instead of deciding to go to his native place. What happened wrong is that the so called juvenile convict would definitely be of more than 18 years,though being less than 18 years on certificate.The upper limit of age of juvenile/minor must be fixed at 16 years in all crimes,not only in heinous crimes like murder,rape etc,as it is proposed by the Central Govt vide an amendment in the Juvenile Justices Act,2000.Even being 16 or less on certificate,most guys are more than 18 in real. That so called juvenile would definitely be more than 18,so he was not deserving the privilege what he got.But if we still consider him less than 18 at the time of crime,then we must also express reasonable doubt towards his harassment,not only imaginary doubt towards crime what he may (or may not) commit.
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Rahul Kumar
Rahul Kumar Rahul Kumar So far compensation is concerned,the Criminal Appeal Petition of four adult convicts of Nirbhaya Case is pending in the Supreme Court.The parents of Nirbhaya ought to demand compensation at the time of passing order by the court both u/s 357 and 357A CrPC.
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Umapathy BE
Umapathy BE When this petition will see the light of the day?
http://devgan.in/criminal_procedure_code/section/357A/
It is already Three years. Jyothi Singh’s parents did get
Zero relief.
Read 357A (4) ,along with (5) & (6).
Hypothetically best medical treatment was given by spending 10 Crore ₹, within a minute, she should have survived.
【 I was able to achieve Five Minutes Flat Response time, for Control Room Vehicles, when a Jyothi Singh type crime was reported. Was heading a tier- Two City Police 】
A fast and fair urgent relief to Jyothi Singh’s mother will go a long way.
Imagine Oscar Fernadiz Kapil Sibal and a host of others lining up to defend you. If Jyothi Singh’s mother gets a support ” Rahul_Sonia”got, see the effect.
That is what 357 A (4) (5) (6) , envisages.
CrPC Section 357A – Victim compensation scheme
devgan.in
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Rahul Kumar
Rahul Kumar Hon’ble Umapathy BE Sir

Firstly i appreciate you for your quick response as to medical treatment in cases like Nirbhaya what you did as a Police Officer of Karnataka. u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC the State or District Legal Services Authority has been conferred powers to award compensation for medical treatment in cases like Nirbhaya but i haven’t seen such case of awarding ccompensation.u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC,it is the legal obligation of the Officer In-Charge of a police station and his senior police officers and the magistrate to report to the Legal Services Authority requesting to award compensation for medical treatment,but police officers and magistrates have not been taught about their obligations by the Govt. Also the Supreme Court has not taught them by issuing guidelines for the implementation of section 357A(6) of the CrPC.

Though,compensation has been provided to the parents of Nirbhaya by the Govt but compensation has not been provided to them by the recommendation/order of the court of Justice.The provisions of sections 357 and 357A of the CrPC don’t bar court to provide compensation in addition to the compensation provided by the Govt.So,they may be compensated by the court.

I think,parents of Nirbhaya have now been star and there is no need of legal help for them by me.Eminent Jurist like Subramanian Swamy is with them.

It is further clarified that i am a student, not a lawyer.I am only a law aspirant.At this juncture, i can only suggest that the parents of Nirbhaya ought to demand compensation from the Appellate Court u/s 357(1) CrPC and u/s 357A(1),(2)& (3) CrPC.The parents ought to also question in the Appellate Court the negligence of police officers and Magistrate in reporting to the Legal Services Authority for compensation for medical treatment u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC.If it is questioned,then it will surely be a landmark Judgement and it will compel police officers and magistrates to report to the Legal Services Authority for compensation for medical treatment in other cases like Nirbhaya and any cases of heinous crimes.

So far that so called juvenile convict is concerned, people are only apprehended about the crime which may be committed by him but people are not at all apprehended about the crime which may be committed by society against that so called juvenile.

I concur with your opinion regarding NOTA.After being 18,i voted first time in the General Election 2014 and pressed NOTA.Again i have pressed NOTA in the Bihar Legislative Election 2015.NOTA can pave the way for revolution but inspite of order of the Supreme Court to the Election Commission to make people aware of NOTA in PUCL Case,by which NOTA was introduced, Election Commission has not taken a single step to aware people about NOTA.I have sent an RTI Application to the Election Commission seeking information as to various programmes initiated by Election Commission to make people aware of NOTA.
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Umapathy BE
Umapathy BE Rahul Kumar
Priyanka Sahasrabudhe
So precise. Highly impressed.
I will try to reach out to DGP of that State, where Jyothi Singh’s parents reside.
It is in their interest, and Public Interest , we will take it further forward.
Under 39 Cr.Pc. we are all mandated to do that.
You have performed all obligations.
Grateful to you on behalf of Civil Society.
Superb Legal Advice.
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Ankur Tiwari
Ankur Tiwari That bill is already passed in Lok Sabha for the juvenile crime considering it as a category of heinous crime…but that is stuck in Rajya Sabha and people know because of whom. If that bill was passed before this petition then the scene would have been different.. Shame.
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Priyanka Sahasrabudhe
Priyanka Sahasrabudhe Yes indeed
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Rahul Kumar
Rahul Kumar Hon’ble Umapathy BE Sir

Firstly i appreciate you for your quick response as to medical treatment in cases like Nirbhaya what you did as a Police Officer of Karnataka. u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC the State or District Legal Services Authority has been conferred powers to award compensation for medical treatment in cases like Nirbhaya but i haven’t seen such case of awarding ccompensation.u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC,it is the legal obligation of the Officer In-Charge of a police station and his senior police officers and the magistrate to report to the Legal Services Authority requesting to award compensation for medical treatment,but police officers and magistrates have not been taught about their obligations by the Govt. Also the Supreme Court has not taught them by issuing guidelines for the implementation of section 357A(6) of the CrPC.

Though,compensation has been provided to the parents of Nirbhaya by the Govt but compensation has not been provided to them by the recommendation/order of the court of Justice.The provisions of sections 357 and 357A of the CrPC don’t bar court to provide compensation in addition to the compensation provided by the Govt.So,they may be compensated by the court.

I think,parents of Nirbhaya have now been star and there is no need of legal help for them by me.Eminent Jurist like Subramanian Swamy is with them.

It is further clarified that i am a student, not a lawyer.I am only a law aspirant.At this juncture, i can only suggest that the parents of Nirbhaya ought to demand compensation from the Appellate Court u/s 357(1) CrPC and u/s 357A(1),(2)& (3) CrPC.The parents ought to also question in the Appellate Court the negligence of police officers and Magistrate in reporting to the Legal Services Authority for compensation for medical treatment u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC.If it is questioned,then it will surely be a landmark Judgement and it will compel police officers and magistrates to report to the Legal Services Authority for compensation for medical treatment in other cases like Nirbhaya and any cases of heinous crimes.

So far that so called juvenile convict is concerned, people are only apprehended about the crime which may be committed by him but people are not at all apprehended about the crime which may be committed by society against that so called juvenile.

I concur with your opinion regarding NOTA.After being 18,i voted first time in the General Election 2014 and pressed NOTA.Again i have pressed NOTA in the Bihar Legislative Election 2015.NOTA can pave the way for revolution but inspite of order of the Supreme Court to the Election Commission to make people aware of NOTA in PUCL Case,by which NOTA was introduced, Election Commission has not taken a single step to aware people about NOTA.I have sent an RTI Application to the Election Commission seeking information as to various programmes initiated by Election Commission to make people aware of NOTA.
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Rahul Kumar
Rahul Kumar Rahul Kumar So far compensation is concerned,the Criminal Appeal Petition of four adult convicts of Nirbhaya Case is pending in the Supreme Court.The parents of Nirbhaya ought to demand compensation at the time of passing order by the court both u/s 357 and 357A CrPC.
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Umapathy BE
Umapathy BE Priyanka Sahasrabudhe
Rahul Kumar
Happy to see the ” meeting of minds ”
Priyanka, you would appreciate the judicial mind of Rahul Kumar.
Incidentally staunch Hindus, are singling out this Juvenile, since he is a Muslim. But if you remember, the graphic description of brutality on Jyothi Singh aka Nirbhaya , any mother’s blood will boil.
Realpolitik dictates that both Communists and Congress, has to save this Muslim pervert rapist, from the jaws of Hindu retaliation.
Justice Verma had rightly decided “judiciously” to hang such pervert rapist- murderers.
It did result in death sentence to rapists ( and NOT rapist-murderers ) of Lakshmi Mills rape of a journalist in Mumbai.
Mulayam termed as extreme justice, and justified rape ” boys are boys ….” statement.
Only a country like India will condone such crimes, if it happens, to a mother of Jyothi Singh ( an aspiring hapless Lower middle class young girl ).
Compare this with Mrs.Dimple Akhilesh Yadav. Nobody was allowed to contest against her in Loka sabha elections, and she is an M.P. now.
Pervert democracy, in the guise of ” elected Dynasty “.
Right to reject, and Right to recall are ONLY solutions.
NOTA is a “half baked” Right to reject. Till it comes as complete solution, we should champion Shrimathi NOTA Ji as our Candidate in all future elections.
We will NOT be ” beggars “,
BUT WILL BE CHOOSERS.
Referring to ” begging by Jyothi Singh”s mother ” before Rajya Sabha members to make 16 age as Juvenile.
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Rahul Kumar
Rahul Kumar Hon’ble Umapathy BE Sir

Firstly i appreciate you for your quick response as to medical treatment in cases like Nirbhaya what you did as a Police Officer of Karnataka. u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC the State or District Legal Services Authority has been conferred powers to award compensation for medical treatment in cases like Nirbhaya but i haven’t seen such case of awarding ccompensation.u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC,it is the legal obligation of the Officer In-Charge of a police station and his senior police officers and the magistrate to report to the Legal Services Authority requesting to award compensation for medical treatment,but police officers and magistrates have not been taught about their obligations by the Govt. Also the Supreme Court has not taught them by issuing guidelines for the implementation of section 357A(6) of the CrPC.

Though,compensation has been provided to the parents of Nirbhaya by the Govt but compensation has not been provided to them by the recommendation/order of the court of Justice.The provisions of sections 357 and 357A of the CrPC don’t bar court to provide compensation in addition to the compensation provided by the Govt.So,they may be compensated by the court.

I think,parents of Nirbhaya have now been star and there is no need of legal help for them by me.Eminent Jurist like Subramanian Swamy is with them.

It is further clarified that i am a student, not a lawyer.I am only a law aspirant.At this juncture, i can only suggest that the parents of Nirbhaya ought to demand compensation from the Appellate Court u/s 357(1) CrPC and u/s 357A(1),(2)& (3) CrPC.The parents ought to also question in the Appellate Court the negligence of police officers and Magistrate in reporting to the Legal Services Authority for compensation for medical treatment u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC.If it is questioned,then it will surely be a landmark Judgement and it will compel police officers and magistrates to report to the Legal Services Authority for compensation for medical treatment in other cases like Nirbhaya and any cases of heinous crimes.

So far that so called juvenile convict is concerned, people are only apprehended about the crime which may be committed by him but people are not at all apprehended about the crime which may be committed by society against that so called juvenile.

I concur with your opinion regarding NOTA.After being 18,i voted first time in the General Election 2014 and pressed NOTA.Again i have pressed NOTA in the Bihar Legislative Election 2015.NOTA can pave the way for revolution but inspite of order of the Supreme Court to the Election Commission to make people aware of NOTA in PUCL Case,by which NOTA was introduced, Election Commission has not taken a single step to aware people about NOTA.I have sent an RTI Application to the Election Commission seeking information as to various programmes initiated by Election Commission to make people aware of NOTA.
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Rahul Kumar
Rahul Kumar Hon’ble Umapathy BE Sir

Firstly i appreciate you for your quick response as to medical treatment in cases like Nirbhaya what you did as a Police Officer of Karnataka. u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC the State or District Legal Services Authority has been conferred powers to award compensation for medical treatment in cases like Nirbhaya but i haven’t seen such case of awarding ccompensation.u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC,it is the legal obligation of the Officer In-Charge of a police station and his senior police officers and the magistrate to report to the Legal Services Authority requesting to award compensation for medical treatment,but police officers and magistrates have not been taught about their obligations by the Govt. Also the Supreme Court has not taught them by issuing guidelines for the implementation of section 357A(6) of the CrPC.

Though,compensation has been provided to the parents of Nirbhaya by the Govt but compensation has not been provided to them by the recommendation/order of the court of Justice.The provisions of sections 357 and 357A of the CrPC don’t bar court to provide compensation in addition to the compensation provided by the Govt.So,they may be compensated by the court.

I think,parents of Nirbhaya have now been star and there is no need of legal help for them by me.Eminent Jurist like Subramanian Swamy is with them.

It is further clarified that i am a student, not a lawyer.I am only a law aspirant.At this juncture, i can only suggest that the parents of Nirbhaya ought to demand compensation from the Appellate Court u/s 357(1) CrPC and u/s 357A(1),(2)& (3) CrPC.The parents ought to also question in the Appellate Court the negligence of police officers and Magistrate in reporting to the Legal Services Authority for compensation for medical treatment u/s 357A(6) of the CrPC.If it is questioned,then it will surely be a landmark Judgement and it will compel police officers and magistrates to report to the Legal Services Authority for compensation for medical treatment in other cases like Nirbhaya and any cases of heinous crimes.

So far that so called juvenile convict is concerned, people are only apprehended about the crime which may be committed by him but people are not at all apprehended about the crime which may be committed by society against that so called juvenile.

I concur with your opinion regarding NOTA.After being 18,i voted first time in the General Election 2014 and pressed NOTA.Again i have pressed NOTA in the Bihar Legislative Election 2015.NOTA can pave the way for revolution but inspite of order of the Supreme Court to the Election Commission to make people aware of NOTA in PUCL Case,by which NOTA was introduced, Election Commission has not taken a single step to aware people about NOTA.I have sent an RTI Application to the Election Commission seeking information as to various programmes initiated by Election Commission to make people aware of NOTA.
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