Juvenile Delinquency: A Comparative Analysis

  • Anant Pawar and Dinkar Gitte
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  • Anant Pawar

    Assistant Professor at KLE College of Law, Navi Mumbai, India

  • Dinkar Gitte

    Assistant Professor at KLE College of Law, Navi Mumbai, India

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Children are known as the honest resources of the general public. They are viewed as the blessing from god and are constantly known for their legitimate nature. “As we realize that kids have their psyche mind dynamic. In this way, they can do everything. We have a significant obligation to show them the correct way. In this way, they can separate among good and bad. It is the obligation of the public authority to give all offspring of the general public equivalent chances, for improvement during their time of development. What's more, when because of different reasons some of them don't get open door for advancement during their time of development. They engage in violations and these wrongdoings are known as adolescent wrongdoings. Wrongdoing by an adolescent is a brutal reality in this day and age. It is expanding, step by step in India as well as is different pieces of the world. As of late, numerous adolescents are discovered to be engaged with different wrongdoings, for example, murder and assault cases. This is all incident as a result of absence of virtues and helpless authorization of laws by the public authority. A Government should take severe measures to annihilate this as it is upsetting the general public in different measures.”




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 2675 - 2693

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.115086

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