Crime

Juvenile Spends 14 Years In Jail For Police Goof Up

During a visit to the Ranpur sub-jail, the Juvenile Justice Board has found such a brazen blunder and is planning to move the Orissa High Court.

Accourding to sources, while Bulu's age was 17 years and 4 months, police in connection with a murder case cited his age as 22 years. The case dates back to 2003 when one Madan Behera was murdered and Nayagarh police arrested 6 persons on August 10, 2003. Bulu was shown as a major and forwarded to court where he was convicted and since been lodged in jail.

However, based on the school certificate, the Nayagarh Juvenile Justice Board has been preparing to move the High Court for justice.

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