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Rajasthan High Court Directs State Govt. to Conduct Training of Principal Magistrates in Juvenile Justice Boards for Sensitizing Them with Juvenile Justice Act,2015 [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 16 Jul 2021 6:07pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary Rajasthan High Court Directs State Govt. to Conduct Training of Principal Magistrates in Juvenile Justice Boards for Sensitizing Them with Juvenile Justice Act,2015 [READ ORDER]

The Rajasthan High Court has directed the Child Rights Department of the State Government to conduct training of Principal Magistrates in Juvenile Justice Boards for sensitizing them with the Juvenile Justice Act, 2015.

The Division Bench comprising Justice Manoj Kumar Garg and Justice Sandeep Mehta passed these directions on July 13,2021, during the hearing of a Suo Motu case based on a news report published in ‘Dainik Bhaskar’ relating to the miserable condition being faced by the oral and hearing disabled children housed in a school Hostel in Jodhpur.

On June 1, 2021, Additional Advocate General (AAG) Pankaj Sharma placed on record a copy of the communication, issued by the Mining Department, Government of Rajasthan, which indicated that according to Rule 15 of the District Mineral Foundation Trust Rules, 2016, the fund of District Mineral Foundation Trust and State Mineral Foundation Trust for the upliftment of the Child Care Institutions (CCIs) can be used for the welfare of Women and Children.

Further, on March 17, 2021, a copy of the order has been placed on record, according to that, appointments of Officers have been made on the vacant posts of Principal Magistrates, Juvenile Justice Board, by Section 4 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015.

In this background, the Court expected that the Department of Child Rights shall immediately move the concerned members, be it State or District Trust, for allocation of funds from the Mineral Trust Funds so that the Child Care Institutions in… Continue Reading...


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