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Delhi HC: Magistrates Should Record Statements of Juveniles Through Video Conferencing - (30 Jul 2020)

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Delhi High Court has directed that the statements under section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 of children in need of care and protection' shall be recorded by the Magistrate through video conferencing, or by visiting the Childcare Institute where such children are housed.

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