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Essay writing verdict in Pune.

Essay writing verdict in Pune.
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Rape can result in punishment for the perpetrator. He should not be treated as an adolescent simply because he is not yet 18. Nirbhaya was gang-raped and thrown off a moving bus in Delhi. Despite being an adolescent, the perpetrator was only sentenced to three years under the Juvenile Justice Act. In a recent event in Pune, a boy who would turn 18 in a few months ingested alcohol at a pub and drove a brand-new Porsche automobile at high speeds, killing a motorcyclist and his pillion rider. This incident reminded the nation of a bus cleaner in Delhi. Is it fair to treat someone who killed two people while driving intoxicated with leniency?
The child was released on bond under ludicrous conditions, such as writing a 300-word essay on road safety and assisting traffic police for two weeks. Normally, he would have been taken to a correctional centre, if not jail. Despite CCTV evidence of alcohol consumption at a pub where he and his companions celebrated passing the CBSE exam, he did not undergo an alcohol test in time. Additionally, he was offered pizza while in police custody. He was charged with lesser charges such as negligent driving, which are typically resolved by bail rather than incarceration.

He should have been charged with either manslaughter or murder. The Pune Police took the appropriate action by arresting the boy’s father, a successful developer who gave him the keys to his new automobile, as well as the owner and management of the pub, who are prohibited from serving alcohol to anybody under 25.

The public believes that the police’s lenient treatment of the boy was motivated by illegal gratification. The police appear to prioritise assisting the youngster over bringing justice to the families of the two engineers who were slain quickly. Amending the juvenile justice legislation to recognise these individuals as adults is a compelling argument. Juveniles who commit serious crimes may suffer legal consequences. Individuals who are one day or a few months short of 18 should not be able to use the excuse of being underage to avoid punishment. Rich youngsters in hit-and-run cases, such as the 1999 BMW case in Delhi involving a boy who killed six people, can take advantage of system flaws.

Sanjeev Nanda, the grandson of a former Naval Chief and son of a weapons merchant, was released from jail before serving his whole sentence. One eyewitness became aggressive after claiming that the six people were killed by a vehicle rather than a BMW automobile. Defendants purchased the majority of the witnesses.

In Mumbai, a well-known film celebrity was given the benefit of the doubt after accidentally killing a pavement sleeper under his wheels, despite receiving a harsh punishment from the lower court.

In this case, both the son and his father, who lacked social commitment by allowing his son to drive his new car, deserve harsh punishment. Allowing pubs to serve alcohol in residential areas till 1.30 am is akin to enabling crime in Pune.

ABHISHEK VERMA

 

 


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