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Kar Lo Beta, Jo Crime Karna He Kar Lo. Tum To Naabaalik Ho

Kudos to the Indian Judiciary System and the laws, that the minor who was involved in the gang rape of a physiotherapy student which took place on 16th December 2012 in Delhi is sentenced to three years in a juvenile corrective home.

The juvenile was charged of multiple crimes which included murder, rape, kidnapping and destruction of evidence. And yet, he gets only 3 years.

Three years of punishment is too less for such a heinous crime. The punishment given is nothing as compared to what he has done. He should be hanged till death.

The laws of Juvenile Justice Board, which gave the sentence today, should be changed for such acts.

Today's verdict is like giving a platform for the minors to commit more crime. The law enforces us to have a driving license only after 18 but the same law is lenient in such cases where the minor not only raped the girl, but also inserted iron rod inside the victim's body and tore her uterus.

The verdict is such a joke. It's like saying, "kar lo beta, jo crime karna he kar lo, tum to naabaalik ho, bohot kam sazaa hogi aur jail me bhi nahi jaana padegaa."

Why can't the laws be changed for such crimes?

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