IGP for better implementation of juvenile laws
Srinagar, Mar 27: Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir S M Sahai on Tuesday asked prosecutors to work for better implementation of juvenile laws so that the young delinquents can be rehabilitated back in the society.
"You should work for better implementation of Juvenile Laws so that the young delinquents can be rehabilitated back into the society," Sahai told prosecutors during a meeting with them here.
He also stressed upon the prosecutors to seek cooperation of parents of the juveniles so that the need for arresting them could be minimized.
"It will also pave way for making the parents relevant in shaping the future of their wards in positive manner," he said.
The IGP Kashmir also impressed upon the Prosecutors for effective use of provisions of Information Act for the prosecution of the crime cases. The IGP stressed upon them to make the better use of this act as the digital evidences would form the basis of future investigations for their irrevocable and irrefutable nature during the trials.
The Meeting was attended DIG CKR A G Mir, DIG SKR S A Watli, DIG NKR Muneer Ahmad Khan and Joint Director Prosecution Mushtaq Ahmad Pandth. Besides all district chief prosecution officers and Prosecuting of the valley. The aim of the meeting was to brief the prosecutors about new developments in information technology and dealing of juvenile delinquents in present scenario.
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