Ms. Tripti Aggarwal, Mr. Mudit Jain, Ms. Vishnupriya Pandey
2022 Zenodo  
"This is a common trend of crime from the last few years in India, that the crimes done by children under the age of 15-16 have increased significantly. The general tendency or the psychology behind the commitment of the crime or the causes of crime are early-life experiences, dominant masculinity, upbringing, economic havocs, lack of education, etc. It is a matter of ignominy that the children under the age of 6-10 are nowadays used as instruments for carrying out unlawful or illegal
more » ... . Since the minds of the kids possess an innocent and manipulative character, they can be lured at a meagre cost.Prior to the Juvenile Justice Act of 2015, 2000 and 1986, there existed the Children Act of 1960 that aimed to give effects to the international responses towards the issue of Juvenile Justice by which they provided a uniform policy that protected the interests and rights of a Juvenile and that looked at care, treatment, rehabilitation and development of a child per se. But with the recent developments in the international community and subsequent emergence of the involvement of Juveniles in crime, the Indian lawmakers are compelled to come forward with new, progressive, and stricter laws for the concerned Juvenile system in the country. In this paper scholar tried to analysis the Juvenile Justice act of 1986, Juvenile Justice act of 2000 and the Juvenile Justice act of 2015 through the eyes of constitution of India and judiciary system of India."
doi:10.5281/zenodo.7332668 fatcat:viv5o7vpgjhyrekuuizfk27rla