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They start asking us how to get their homes free from erring sonstenants and how their son misbehaves with them and threatens to throw them out of home All we can do is listen? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 11, The AIUDF led in 11 places.Assam has a 126-member legislature In New Delhi BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra told IANS: "It is historic We are going to make an entry in Assam" In her first ever poll battle Angkita Dutta daughter of Assam Congress president Anjan Dutta has lost to Pradip Hazarika from the Asom Gana Parishad Anjan Dutta had won the seat in the last election Angkita was brought into the fray as her father was a star campaigner for the party The thought process was that the state Congress president would be busy crisscrossing the state on the campaign trail Angkita’s campaign was also backed by Congress president Sonia Gandhi who addressed a rally in Amguri Former Bollywood star and Congress leader Raj Babbar had campaigned for her as well BJP candidate Kushal Dowari beat incumbent Congress MLA Sushanta Borgohain by a margin of 932 votes in a close contest in Thowra constituency Located in the state’s Sivasagar district Thowra has always remained a Congress stronghold with a strong presence of the tea community This is the BJP’s first win in the seat Authorities counted the millions of votes cast in the assembly elections in 51 centres The swearing-in ceremony in Assam will take place on 25 May Puducherry The DMK-Congress alliance and the All India NR Congress were in close contest in Puducherry leading in 15 and 10 constituencies respectively The Union territory has a 30-member Assembly A 16-year-old child’s suspected involvement in the murder of a seven-year-oldschoolboy Pradyuman Thakur in Gurugram’s Ryan International School murder case has brought the much-debated Juvenile Justice Act 2015 back into focus While the incident can undoubtedly lead to much outpouring of public anger over the child’s suspected role in the gruesome killing there is a need for some perspective The Juvenile Justice Act (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015 was passed during the stormy winter session of Parliament that year amid a sentiment that brutal crimes committed by minors should be met with serious punishment This was the view that was echoed not just by many ordinary people but by some experts on criminal justice such as IPS officer Kiran Bedi File image of Ryan International School News18 Consequently many would believe that in cases such as the murder of Pradyuman the suspected child offender will ‘not be allowed to get away’ However the law may not necessarily take a harsh view of the child The Act mandates that the individual role of the child and the heinous nature of the crime (or lack thereof) needs to be considered and not just the crime per se The Juvenile Justice Rules 2016 – in which the manner in which cases of children in conflict with the law are to be handled is fleshed out – also states that the Juvenile Justice Board should take into consideration whether the offence by the child was committed ‘under the control of adults’ Thus the law is expected to take a lenient view of the child if he has committed an offence as part of a group of adults or if adults have instigated him into doing so Further the board is expected to decide if the child had the mental and physical capacity to commit such an offence whether she/he can understand the consequences of the offence and the circumstances in which the crime was committed Thus children cannot be tried as adults merely on the grounds that they physically committed the crime ‘like an adult would’ The anguish of the murdered schoolboy’s parents is certainly understandable However their lawyer Sushil Tekriwal has said to the media after the child’s apprehension that he will demand ‘nothing short of the death penalty’ in the case This demand has no basis in the Juvenile Justice Act 2015 which clearly states that no child can be sentenced to death or life imprisonment without the possibility of release This provision has its roots in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) to which India is a signatory Further even if the preliminary inquiry holds that the child is to be tried as an adult and the trial delivers a guilty verdict the child will continue to remain in an institutional ‘place of safety’ till 21 years of age When the child completes 21 years of age an evaluation is conducted to examine if the child has reformed for the better Only if the child is not found to have shown improvement in this evaluation is she/he sent to an adult jail to complete the remainder of the term Thus while there is much outrage – some of it understandable – over the suspected involvement of a 16-year-old child in the murder case the law may or may not take a stern view of hims records on Tuesday. 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