Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 – offence under S 460 of IPC, the sentence of imprisonment of life, is per-emptorily prescribed to be imposed, upon the juvenile in conflict with law, term whereof is explicitly beyond 7 years. In sequel, the petition offences are to be construed to be “heinous offence”, and, the impugned order, and, transfer of the case to the Children’s Court, rather for his being tried as an adult, is required to be sustained.

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