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Chairperson JJC monitors implementation of SC directions
Directs admn to take care, accord necessary permission if need to send them home
4/8/2020 10:04:11 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT

JAMMU, Apr 8: In order to monitor the implementation and compliance of various directions passed by Supreme Court of India in a suo moto writ petition No 04 of 2020 titled “IN RE CONTAGION OF COVID 19 VIRUS IN CHILDREN PROTECTION HOMES”, Chairperson, Juvenile Justice Committee (JJC), High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey today held a high level meeting with Senior government functionaries of the UT of Jammu and Kashmir. The meeting was held through video conferencing to maintain social distance and implement the current lockdown successfully.
Principal Secretary Social Welfare, Shailendra Kumar, Deputy Commissioners of Jammu and Srinagar, Sushma Chouhan and Dr. Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, Commissioners, Municipal Corporations, Jammu and Srinagar, Avny Lavasa and Gazanfar Ali, Director Health Services, Kashmir, Mission Director, ICPS, SSP, Jammu and Srinagar, Joint Director Information, Parveen Kumar and other senior officers attended the meeting through Video Link. Justice Magrey impressed upon all the attending officers to ensure strict implementation of the order passed by the Supreme Court of India and to ensure that the interest of Children who fall within the ambit of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act is protected and urgent measures are taken on priority basis to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Child Care Institutions.
Municipal Commissioners, Jammu and Srinagar were directed to immediately launch a sanitization drive in Observation Home RS Pura Jammu and Harwan Srinagar respectively and other children Homes in the UT both in Government and private sector. He also directed the concerned authorities to undertake awareness drive among these children about social distancing, hand washing and other personal hygiene issues.
The Chairperson directed the Deputy Commissioners of Jammu and Srinagar to make the lists of the Juvenile Homes available to the Municipal authorities in the two cities for the purpose. The Health Department was advised to immediately depute team of doctors and paramedics to Observation Homes and other Children Homes for checking the health status of each and every child staying in these Homes.
Justice Magray asked the Police Department to give necessary permission to transfer children to their family homes or Juvenile Justice Boards or any other authorities and at the same time to ensure that directions issued in respect of lockdown are not violated. He also directed the Police to ensure availability of transport to the children who ought to be taken to court or released on bail and also to see that they are not put to any unnecessary quarantine.
It was also decided that the next meeting to review the implementation of directions passed by Supreme Court of India shall be held on April 15.
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