Crimes among Young Generation, its Causes and Effects: A Case Study of District Chakwal

  • Haider Nawaz Malik
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  • Haider Nawaz Malik

    Student at Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan

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Crime is usually caused by social and economic factors and somehow violence is also linked with it. Pakistani society is suffering badly from this phenomenon from years because it usually remained unstable, and crime is higher in unstable society. The purpose of this research is to explore different crimes in district Chakwal and cause associated with those crime. For this purpose, a survey questionnaire is filled from 50 respondents of district sub jail Chakwal and with the help of this survey various causes of crime came across including poverty, unemployment, low education, parental relation, friend circle many other factors also contribute and this in return causes some effects on the life of young criminals and society of district Chakwal. Based on this research, it is suggested that family system should be in a better form and society must play a positive role and without family and society role youth violence cannot be controlled.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, Page 669 - 709


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