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JAMMU: In a much publicised murder of minor girl at Hiranagar, Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Kathua Amarjeet Singh Langeh on Saturday sent the accused Shubham Sangra, son of Om Parkash Sangra, resident of Ward No. 10, Hiranagar, at present Rassana Tehsil Hiranagar, to Juvenile Home at R S Pura for 10 days.
Shubham Sangra was produced in the Court of CJM by SI Anand Dutta of Police Station Hiranagar, in connection with FIR No. 10 of 2018 for offences under Sections 363, 343 and 302 of RPC along with Case Diary with the prayer for grant of ten days remand to Juvenile Home in respect of delinquent/juvenile.
The CJM Kathua after perusal of the Case Dairy observed that juvenile /delinquent is allegedly involved in an FIR under aforesaid sections and was apprehended on January 19, 2018. As per school record, date of birth of delinquent is stated to be October 23, 2003. Prima facie therefore he is juvenile within the meaning of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act 2013.
The CJM Kathua further observed that offences under sections 302 and 363 of RPC in which involvement of juvenile is alleged are grave, heinous and non-bailable in nature. “Investigation is going on. Juvenile therefore is directed to be kept in Juvenile Home at R S Pura, Jammu for a period of ten days from today till January 29, 2018. On the expiry of said period, he should be produced before the competent court of law for further orders. SIT shall take all requisite measures that are required to be taken under law in respect of juvenile. Special Investigating Team shall be at liberty to take appropriate procedural steps should it sense necessity of interrogation of juvenile in order to disinter any useful information”, the court observed.
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