BEFORE THE JUVENILE JUSTICE
BOARD PRESIDED OVER BY MRS.
ANURADHA SHUKLA BHARDWAJ,
PRINCIPAL MAGISTRATE, DELHI
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Ld. Counsel has written in his report that, “This report is
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kind of drug addiction.
5) That all of them reported that while their
stay and work with such scrap/wast...
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by the counsel in the said application. It has been noticed that the
magnitude of juvenile delinquency a...
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Why Children are given accommodation by
Waste/scrap merchants?
1 There are many reasons for this. Foremo...
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influence and control of families over children. Where
the children living with families feel restricted...
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What can be done to save these children?
A. Special Juvenile Police has a big role in saving
these child...
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Police, children and their families exclusively
on this issue for the purpose of effecting
ultimate reha...
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Once again it has been stressed by Mr. Anant Asthana by way
of present application that the issues relat...
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We are aware and appreciative of the efforts which have been
made till now for establishing SJPU and des...
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justice system in year 2008 has given a caution at point no 9 & 10 at
page 4-5 and it holds truth even i...
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by substance abuse” in the category of such excluded children, who
need a much more focused and early pr...
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“ It is submitted by the Ld. Legal Aid Counsel Sh.
Anant Asthana that there are certain areas
wherein in...
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“In accordance with Juvenile Justice ( Care &
Protection) Act & Relevant rules, Delhi Police has
created...
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juveniles involved in violent/serious crime-to
work on such pilot project – as a pilot study.
Few NGOs b...
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organisations and local bodies in the
implementation of the proposed legislation.
Sub Rule 6, provided a...
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membership of this Committee and re-constitutes the
Committee with Mrs. Bharti Sharma as its Coordinator...
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facilitate the process. It is in this spirit, that Board feels that scrap
dealers/ kabadiwalas’s communi...
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and interaction with the Child welfare committees at different stages
and levels and as per the need of ...
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Copies be also be forwarded to Juvenile Justice Committee of Hon’ble
Delhi High Court, Secretary and Dir...
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Preventive Action Order by mrs. Anuradha shukla bhardwaj, Principal magistrate, delhi

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  • 1. BEFORE THE JUVENILE JUSTICE BOARD PRESIDED OVER BY MRS. ANURADHA SHUKLA BHARDWAJ, PRINCIPAL MAGISTRATE, DELHI -TYPED TRUE COPY- DD No. 2-A/14.7.2009 PS Bawana 20-8-2010 Pr. Ld. APP for the State. Mr. Anant Asthana, Ld. Legal Aid Counsel. ORDER File taken up on application filed by Mr. Anant Asthana referring to order dated 13.10.2009 in the instant matter and order dated 5.3.2010 in FIR No. 06/09, P.S. Bhalaswa Dairy u/s. 380/411 IPC. Vide order-dated 13.10.2009, the Board had passed an order for constitution of a committee on the application and a report titled as “Drug Addiction & Delinquency among Children: Role of Waste & Scrap Merchants” prepared and filed by Mr. Anant Asthana. The introduction para of the report said: “The business of sale and purchase of waste and scrap material is conducted through out Delhi, mostly in slum areas. This business alone is responsible for bringing a huge number of children into delinquency. There are direct and apparent linkages between delinquency/drug addiction among children and business of waste and scrap material.”
  • 2. -TYPED TRUE COPY- Ld. Counsel has written in his report that, “This report is based on information/ observations received during inquiries of few juveniles. While dealing with these cases, when I made interactions with these juveniles and subsequently got in touch with their parents and family members, It was found that causes of delinquency among all these children are almost on similar patterns and scrap/waste merchants were involved with them in some ways necessarily. His report has further provided a list of some cases in which he has found a pattern and his report has listed the details of such pattern observed by him, which is being reproduced below: 1) That all of these children were broken away from their families. Some of them were either not at all staying with their families or were occasionally visiting their parents. 2) That all of them were staying at the place provided by scrap/waste merchants. 3) That all of them were receiving every possible support and protection from scrap/waste merchants. 4) That all of them were in one or other
  • 3. -TYPED TRUE COPY- kind of drug addiction. 5) That all of them reported that while their stay and work with such scrap/waste merchants, they were never prevented from or advised against using drug. Rather in some case, children were encouraged to try different kinds of drugs. 6) That all of them were having peer groups, in which children were in drug addiction and were involved in delinquency. 7) That in their surroundings, drugs is easily available to children.” This report aforementioned and various statements recorded by the Board in different inquiries before us makes us understand that some Scrap/ garbage Dealers (Kabadi wala) are working in an organized manner -and misusing the children for making financial gains and to achieve this end , some of them do not mind bringing small children into drug-addiction - separating them from their own families and ultimately bringing them into the state of complete delinquency. There is apparently a dramatic link between the phenomenon of drug- addiction in the children and their association/ involvement with the business of rag picking, garbage collection and their gradual indulgence in unlawful activities, and the same has been highlighted
  • 4. -TYPED TRUE COPY- by the counsel in the said application. It has been noticed that the magnitude of juvenile delinquency among street-children, semi-street children and children living in slums and on roadsides or living with parents who are unable to take adequate care of their children for the reasons of illiteracy, poverty, difficult circumstances like demolitions, evictions, natural calamity or disease etc. is growing fast due to indulgence of some scrap dealers who bring the children into business of crime very methodically starting from small children being provided job for picking of garbage and then into stealing, robbing and eventually and gradually into being hardened criminals, all through the alcohol, solution ( white fluid) or drugs which were first either given to them by scrap dealers/ elder age children already working there or allowed to be given to children through some other people to make their work easy, remains an important factor. Ld Counsel in his report-dated 01.09.09 has answered some of the questions, which were important for dealing with issue. The relevant paras from his report are reproduced below: “Why Children are used by Waste/scrap merchants? Profit margin is higher in dealings done with children compared to their adult counterparts. The needs of children are smaller and they give in for smaller money sufficient enough to let them buy their drugs, alcohol and food etc. They do not bargain , not knowing the value of scrap and waste stuff they bring to waste/scrap merchant, which allows such merchants to maximize their gains .
  • 5. -TYPED TRUE COPY- Why Children are given accommodation by Waste/scrap merchants? 1 There are many reasons for this. Foremost is to ensure constant supply of waste and scrap. Children tend to be loyal to whosoever helps and supports them. If the children get a place where they can stay and are also provided money to fulfill their needs they take is as a support and prefer to sell their stuff to that particular merchant. 2 Second reason is to keep an eye on the work done by these children. By giving them shelter, merchant brings himself in a position to control and be in knowledge of how much waste has been collected by these children. These children are mostly vagrants. The accommodation facility provided by the merchants is a mechanism to keep limited control over the children and monitoring their work in the interest of the merchant only. 3 The place functions as a training and orientation camp where new children are given influences by elder children. Most of the children pick up smoking, alcohol and drug user during their stay at these places in company of the other children who are already into all these things. 4 Merchants have their interest in children. Such accommodation comes handy for reducing the
  • 6. -TYPED TRUE COPY- influence and control of families over children. Where the children living with families feel restricted by parental discipline, they opt out of their homes to be with scrap dealer into an atmosphere of more independence. Why these children are encouraged into addiction? Drug addiction, alcoholism etc, is a life style for these children. It is encouraged all the time by adults around them. It gives them a feel of high. Drug addiction increases the financial needs of the child and consequential dependence on the provider of the material. They are vulnerable and it gets increases with their increased status of addiction and thus dependence on the provider. Addiction brings them to a stage of no return. Waste/scrap merchants have an interest in keeping these children into all this for the simple reason of business and money. Child is stuck forever in that vicious circle. Only in few rare cases, like that of Child <name withheld> in F.I.R. 589/2007, children have been able to get themselves restored to their families and normal life. For most of the children who get trapped into this system, it comes as a dead end for their life. They gradually move into deep delinquency and their childhood is lost to crime forever.
  • 7. -TYPED TRUE COPY- What can be done to save these children? A. Special Juvenile Police has a big role in saving these children, apart from Juvenile Justice Boards / Child Welfare Committees. B. Juvenile Justice Act prescribes for Special Juvenile Police to adopt a preventive approach for reducing delinquency. Unfortunately this understanding on prevention and reduction of delinquency is missing from functioning of Special Juvenile Police. For exclusive purpose of this matter at hand, Police needs to evolve a larger strategy which will include area wise survey of these waste/scrap business centers, number and conditions of children working and staying at those places, identifying drug suppliers and taking action on them. C. Police needs to take action on those adults (waste/scrap merchants, drug suppliers etc.) who are involved in bringing delinquency amongst children. D. Department of Women and Child will need to come ahead with honest intentions to save these children. These children need to be put in de-addiction programmes, counselling, vocational training, institutional care (whereever needed). Also department needs to provide social workers who will work with
  • 8. -TYPED TRUE COPY- Police, children and their families exclusively on this issue for the purpose of effecting ultimate rehabilitation of children. Alternatively NGOs/individual social workers already working with street children, rag pickers need to be involved in the process of finding a solution for this problem. It will be appropriate if a meeting of senior police officers in charge of Implementation of JJ Act, Hon’ble members of CWCs/JJBs, concerned officials from Department of Women and child Welfare, NGOs/individual social workers having experience on this subject, probation officers etc is called in order to evolve a workable strategy to address this issue. “ The report of Mr. Anant Asthana is quite exhaustive in explaining the nature of this problem and in suggesting concrete measures to address it. While dealing with the issue at first stage, it was felt that since the orders on judicial side are usually orders in persona, it would not be possible for the Board to provide the required help to all the children who are victims of this menace but do not get any opportunity to come before the Board to disclose their sufferings and find any kind of help. Accordingly the need was felt for formation of a committee, which could take up this issue exclusively and could provide needed assistance at all the levels.
  • 9. -TYPED TRUE COPY- Once again it has been stressed by Mr. Anant Asthana by way of present application that the issues related to business of scrap/waste/garbage collection, role of scrap-dealers, drug addiction and the juvenile delinquency are so interwoven in certain areas and have gone to such extent that non addressing of the problem at this stage will lead to very damaging consequences for a substantial number of children who are vulnerable and are being misused systematically. He has explained in his application as to how the previous committee has failed to make any progress and has stressed again for rejuvenating this committee, by reconstituting with fresh membership and with a reworked mandate, which will now look into all the aspects of the problem and could find solutions and facilitate execution thereof. Delhi Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection) Rules 2009 speaks of multiple needs of the juveniles, protection from harm, abuse, maltreatment, exploitation and cruelties being few of many and puts a responsibility on the State, as set out in Fundamental Principle of Juvenile Justice No. VII. Positive Measures, to take all possible positive measures aimed on reducing vulnerabilities and reducing the need of intervention under the law. The Board vide its order in FIR NO. 06/09 dated 5.3.2010 had stated that role of the Special Juvenile Police Unit is vital in providing the protection to the children against all kind of abuses and exploitation by introducing a preventive approach in its functioning. Delhi Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection) Rules 2009 speaks of setting up of such Special juvenile police unit and the functions which they are supposed to discharge and the protection in aforesaid manner finds specific mention under Rule 86 sub rules 5&6.
  • 10. -TYPED TRUE COPY- We are aware and appreciative of the efforts which have been made till now for establishing SJPU and designating JWO/CWOs at the Police Station Level and making them discharge their duties as required under JJ Act by way of rigorous training and sensitization programmes. The results are very apparent in the system. The SJPU in Delhi has been doing commendable job under the guidance of Joint Commissioner of Police Sh. Sudhir Yadav. The Board itself is a witness to changed attitude of the police officials towards the children and also to the increased understanding of law and awareness of the same amongst the police officials. No doubt that the attitude of the police today is changed towards children in how they are supposed to deal with them, if they are apprehended in a case and they are doing good job in it, in most of the cases. What still needs to be done and is much desired and more important, particularly in the situation, which has been mentioned in the application and is also a standard laid down in the relevant laws and even in International Instruments related to administration of Juvenile Justice, is to adopt and inculcate a preventive approach in Police for providing early and pro-active support and protection to these children so that reasons of their coming into delinquency itself are taken care of, within time. Also, in the context of Delhi and its environment, there has to be a greater understanding and responsibility towards the fact that if timely preventive steps are not taken, then we are at the risk of loosing our children to crime, drugs and destruction which is not at all in the interest of society and country. National Commission for Protection for Child Rights (NCPCR) in its report released in April 2009 titled “Key Recommendations & Guidelines for Reform in the Juvenile Justice System” analysing the state of administration of juvenile
  • 11. -TYPED TRUE COPY- justice system in year 2008 has given a caution at point no 9 & 10 at page 4-5 and it holds truth even in 2010 that: “9. Importantly, there was a fundamental lack of recognition within the JJ System that: (i) children in conflict with law are also children in need of care and protection, (ii) children in need of care and protection are also at the risk of becoming children in conflict with law, and (iii) all “at risk” children are potential entitlement holders of the JJ System. 10. These deficiencies undermined the ability of the system to implement strong preventive and rehabilitative measures.” The same report at point no 87 while listing key issues and referring to the reality of JJ System in 2008 has remarked that: “ Prevention is not a CORE objective of the juvenile justice system. Child Protection actors, processes and infrastructure currently provide limited support to prevention of child delinquency, abuse, neglect, exploitation etc through targeting of “at risk” families and children and utilization of “early intervention” mechanisms.” NCPCR has further suggested that there is a strong need to significantly expand the coverage and reach of the JJ System for categories of children who are currently unaddressed or excluded due to procedural and operational barriers. It mentions “ Children affected
  • 12. -TYPED TRUE COPY- by substance abuse” in the category of such excluded children, who need a much more focused and early prevention strategy. It is clear from above observations made by NCPCR, also that SJPU has an extremely significant role to play if objectives of JJ Act are to be achieved. The expectations of the law are very high from the SJPUs and so it proclaims under sub rules 5&6 of Rule 86, which are reproduced hereunder -: RULE 86 (5) Special Juvenile Police Unit at district level shall co-ordinate and function as a watch-dog for providing legal protection against all kinds of cruelty, abuse and exploitation of child or juvenile. (6) The unit shall take serious cognizance of adult perpetrators of crimes against children and see to it that they are without delay apprehended and booked under the appropriate provisions of the law and for this purpose the district level units shall maintain liaison with other units of police station. The rule is self explanatory as to the nature of expectations that it has from the SJPU. The rule says that it is the duty of the said Juvenile Police Unit to ensure that the child has legal protection against the cruelties, abuses and exploitations and it is not supposed to wait till a complaint in this regard is made by the child who has already been abused, exploited or dealt with cruelty. In fact in another inquiry FIR No. 35/10, PS Jahangir Puri, U/s 392/411/34 IPC Board had passed an order-dated 25.01.2010 the relevant paras of which read as follows:
  • 13. -TYPED TRUE COPY- “ It is submitted by the Ld. Legal Aid Counsel Sh. Anant Asthana that there are certain areas wherein involvement of children in criminal / anti-social activities is very high viz., Jahangirpuri, Seemapuri etc., he says that there is a need of more focus in these areas. He further says that special attention is required to reduce the delinquency using preventive approach and intervention of Juvenile Wing CAW Cell Nanak Pura, would be of great help. (Giving) Certain suggestions Ld. Legal Aid Counsel Sh. Anant Asthana says the Police may with the help of NGO like HAQ, Butterflies, Human Rights Law Network, Chetna, Baal Abdhikar Abhiyaan and other willing persons of the society may organise programmes for the children in different forms. The programmes can be of providing education to street children , interaction with parents for understanding needs of special care of children etc. Response of CAW Cell Juvenile Wing be called for 08.02.2010. In this regard concerned officer can also take assistance of Ld. Legal Aid Counsel Sh. Anant Asthana.” A response to this order was received by this Board from Ms Suman Nalwa, ACP, Juvenile Wing of Special Police Unit for Women & Children. This response was very positive and forthcoming and it said :
  • 14. -TYPED TRUE COPY- “In accordance with Juvenile Justice ( Care & Protection) Act & Relevant rules, Delhi Police has created Special Juvenile Police Units in the Districts. As part of SJPU, Juvenile Welfare Officers have also been notified in all the Police Stations of Delhi. However, Social Workers an important component of SJPU is missing, which can help SJPUs understand the social dimension of juvenile coming in conflict situation with law as well as helping children in need of care and protection. Special Juvenile Police Unit for Women & Children , earlier Crime( Women) Cell, being the Nodal Office for the Delhi Police on Juvenile Justice is aware of the roles & responsibilities assigned to Police under the Act, including prevention of juvenile delinquency. The Government of NCT of Delhi has already been requested to attach Social Workers (2) in SJPUs as provided under the Act. Presently, the focus of this unit, established an year ago , is to create necessary awareness & sensitisation amongst the police officers regarding juvenile/children issues including rights of child, rescue of child labour etc. Further it is proposed to impart exhaustive training to JWOs, as per the manual prepared by Juvenile Justice Committee of the High Court of Delhi. Also, the consultations are in progress to associate with internationally reputed NGO working with
  • 15. -TYPED TRUE COPY- juveniles involved in violent/serious crime-to work on such pilot project – as a pilot study. Few NGOs based in Delhi and working on juvenile issues as mentioned in the order, have been helping us in imparting training. Any NGO coming forward for any pilot project with respect to preventive strategies shall be encouraged and facilitated through SJPUs & JWOs. Further, it would be appropriate if Department of Social Welfare and Women & Child Development of Government of NCT of Delhi, who have the mandate to take up such activities are given suitable direction in this regard including placement of Social Worker with SJPUs to work on such children and organize programmes relevant in this regard. It is high time that Concerned Department be it Social Welfare or Department of Women & Child provides two social workers, as mandated under the Law to SJPUs. It is clear that SJPU in Delhi is more than willing and welcoming to start working from a preventive approach provided they receive adequate support and assistance by other agencies and are adequately assisted by Civil Society Groups and NGOs working for children. This is in the spirit of JJ Act to seek involvement of voluntary sector as mentioned in the Statement of Object and reasons of JJ Act, 2000: “vi. to spell out the role of the State as a facilitator rather than doer by involving voluntary
  • 16. -TYPED TRUE COPY- organisations and local bodies in the implementation of the proposed legislation. Sub Rule 6, provided above, goes further and says that police has to take cognizance of adult perpetrators of crimes against children and has to ensure that they are booked and punished. How important these two Rules are, in dealing with the issue of menace of scrap dealers in rising child delinquency, is not to be written down in an order by the Board. Under given circumstances, there is need of a committee now not only to study the issue and make recommendations but also to find out the solution and take appropriate measures for execution of the suggested solutions. Since one of the members of the earlier committee is not available, the Board exercising its power under Rule 10(h) intends to pass an order for setting up of a committee to do the needful in the matter raised in the previous reports as well as instant application filed by Mr. Asthana. Mr. Asthana in his application and arguments has suggested that Mr. Sanjay Gupta who is active in the work related to Children in Need of Care & Protection in Delhi and Ms Bharti Sharma who is an Ex- Chairperson of Child Welfare Committee may be the persons best suited to be the members of the committee considering the vast experience of theirs in the field of child rights and their close association with SJPU. He has conveyed to the Board that the two have agreed to work on this issue and have given their consent to be a part of the committee. Mr Anant asthana who has been regularly bringing up this issue before Board in several cases should also remain as an advisor-member so that his first hand experience could be utilised by the Committee. Accordingly Board dissolves the earlier
  • 17. -TYPED TRUE COPY- membership of this Committee and re-constitutes the Committee with Mrs. Bharti Sharma as its Coordinator, Mr. Sanjay Gupta and Advocate Anant Asthana as its members. This Committee, through its Coordinator, shall appraise this Board with the status of work being carried by way of quarterly reports duly signed by all three members and is at liberty to approach this Board in case of any difficulty faced in carrying out its activities at any stage. In terms of Committee’s functioning it is suggested that the Committee members keep regular communication with each other and meet periodically to discuss and decide the activities and work of this Committee. Minutes of such meetings be supplied to this Board along with its quarterly reports. The Committee is at liberty to decide on its own as to what way it has to function. Committee should also coordinate with concerned Department of Government of NCT of Delhi to facilitate appointment of two Social Workers to assist SJPUs. As mentioned by Ms Suman Nalwa in her letter-reply to the Board, let this issue be taken up as a pilot project whereby SJPU shall implement preventive strategies as may be suggested by this Committee. Committee will also insure that the community is also involved in finding the solution to this problem and in this regard, Associations of Scrap/ Waste Merchants ( if they exist) or organisations working among rag-pickers or street children may also play a crucial role in sensitising individuals in the risk involved in engaging children in their work. Board is of the opinion that if efforts are made to call meeting of scarp dealers/ Kabadi walas either by approaching their associations or them individually at Police Station Level, a workable solution can be found. In preventive strategies, involvement of community is important as it is ultimately for the society itself to take care of children. State and agencies or instrumentalities of State can merely
  • 18. -TYPED TRUE COPY- facilitate the process. It is in this spirit, that Board feels that scrap dealers/ kabadiwalas’s community should also be involved in positive ways in the exercise which this Committee is set to take up with the support of SJPU. Considering the fact that the role of Juvenile Police Unit is vital under JJ Act in providing all kind of protection to the children and further considering the fact that in absence of proper administration the earlier committee could not give the desired results, Ld. Counsel Mr. Asthana has also made a suggestion to request Sh. Sudhir Yadav, the Joint Commissioner of police, CAW Cell to be the convener of the committee to ensure that the committee works effectively with a smooth interface with Police particularly with SJPU . Admittedly the level and nature of action required, in the context of issue at hand, cannot be taken care of by a committee, which has no support and linkages with the authorities and agencies concerned. The appropriate course, in Board’s opinion, however, would be to request the Joint Commissioner of Police Shri. Sudhir Yadav to help the Committee by nominating senior officials of the level of ACPs in all the districts for providing required support to the members of the committee in doing the needful. The ACPs so directed shall ensure that the SHOs working under them are into the understanding of what the Committee intends to do and provide them desired support at all the levels. A list of such ACPs which may be nominated to work and coordinate with the Committee may be supplied to the Coordinator Mrs. Bharti Sharma as and when finalised. Further since larger cause is involved in this case and most of the children who are prey to this practice are under the category of CNCP, it would be appropriate to have the necessary support, coordination
  • 19. -TYPED TRUE COPY- and interaction with the Child welfare committees at different stages and levels and as per the need of circumstances. The Committee shall be at liberty to approach and seek such support from the Child Welfare Committees by way of approaching CWC Chairpersons, as and when needed. Though the major part of activities which may be taken up by the Committee have to be executed by the Police, still there remains a need of some finances to cover those activities in which Police may not be involved and obviously some finances will be needed for travel, communication, record keeping, paper work and logistics for the Committee. We leave it open for the Committee to approach the Concerned Authority for getting desired financial support extended through Juvenile Justice Fund. The Delhi JJ Rules, 2009 under Rule 95 mentions Juvenile Justice Fund which has to be created by the State Government in compliance of Section 61 of JJ Act, 2000. Sub Rule 3 of Rule 95 specifically mentions that such fund shall be applied to implement programmes for the welfare of juveniles or children and for doing all other things that are incidental and necessary for the aforesaid purpose. The work, which such committee has to undertake, is definitely for the welfare of juveniles and children and thus covered by the Rule 95(3). Accordingly, a copy of this order be forwarded to the Director of Department of Women & Child Development to have his suggestion on the best course of action in this regard. Committee is at liberty to get in touch with the Director, DWCD to discuss the issue. A copy of this order be forwarded to Mrs. Bharti Sharma, Legal Aid Counsel Mr. Anant Asthana and Mr. Sanjay Gupta.
  • 20. -TYPED TRUE COPY- Copies be also be forwarded to Juvenile Justice Committee of Hon’ble Delhi High Court, Secretary and Director of Department of Women & Child Development, Joint Commissioner of Police Shri Sudhir Yadav, Chairpersons of All the Child Welfare Committees in Delhi for their information and expected support and assistance. A copy be also forwarded to the Chairperson of NCPCR and DCPCR for information and record. The Committee shall file its first activity and progress report in the last week of November 2010. Put up the matter again on 29 /November 2010 M M PM/JJB-1/20-8-2010

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