ISIS terrorist was released by the Juvenile Board in Maharashtra, gave a shocking order.

Mumbai: A shocking case has come to light from Aurangabad, Maharashtra. The Juvenile Justice Board of the state has given a decision to release a terrorist of the terrorist organization ISIS. Not only this, in its controversial decision, the board has also given permission to teach tuition to school children in its area even after convicting him.

According to media reports, a principal magistrate heading the three-member Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) has ordered the release of a minor (CCL) found guilty of violating the law and in a terror case and granted him set-off benefits. . He has been sentenced to three years (from January 23, 2019 till now) in an observation home. In its decision on May 11, the JJB has ordered the release of the criminal involved in terrorist activities under 'Child in Conflict with the Law (CCL)'. CCL means he has been released as good behavior for a period of one year. He has been placed under the supervision of a Probation Officer in Thane.

Along with this, the court has also ordered that the convict will go to the old age home twice a month for the coming six months to serve the elderly and give his support in social work. As part of this, the terrorist has also been ordered to give mathematics and English tuition to the children of class 7 and 9 in his area.

Board considered terrorist:-

Let us inform that the board has booked the ISIS terrorist under sections 120-B (criminal conspiracy) and 201 (destruction of evidence), 18 (conspiracy), 20 (being a member of a terrorist organization), 38 and 39 (membership of a terrorist organization) of the IPC. and offenses relating to support) for involvement in terrorist activities.

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