DCPCR moves Supreme Court challenging amendments to Juvenile Justice Act which makes serious offences against children non-cognizable

The plea has challenged the amendments which make offences against children which are punishable with imprisonment for a term of three years and above, but not more than seven years, as non-cognizable.
DCPCR moves Supreme Court challenging amendments to Juvenile Justice Act which makes serious offences against children non-cognizable

The Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights has moved the Supreme Court challenging the amendments to the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 by which some serious offences against children, which can carry imprisonment upto 7 years, have been made non-cognizable [Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights vs Union of India]

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