Extent of Juvenile Delinquency in Maharashtra
The term juvenile delinquency applies to the violation of criminal code and pursuit of certain patterns of behavior disapproved of for children and young adolescents. It is a dream to think about crimeless society crimeless state or country in the world lack of family life and discipline bad companionship ample leisure time and adverse socio-economic factors are concerned with the juvenile delinquency. Through this study, author has focused on the extent of juvenile delinquency in Maharashtra during 2011 to 2016
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