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No bail for boy who made obscene videos of girl, 14

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 21 May 2024
On Jan 10 this year, Juvenile Justice Board (JJB), Haridwar, had rejected the bail plea of the 'child in conflict with law', who had been booked under Sections 305 and 509 of IPC and Sections 13 and 14 of Pocso Act. After JJB's decision was upheld by Uttarakhand high court, the boy through his mother moved Supreme Court seeking bail.
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