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Bihar: Theft accused clears exam to become a cop – Times of India

BIHAR SHARIF: Giving an opportunity to reform, Nalanda Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) principal judge Manvendra Mishra on Wednesday acquitted a boy from charges of theft as he has cleared the preliminary test (PT) and main examination for recruitment as assistant sub-inspector of police. His physical efficiency test is due to begin on March 15.

Justice Mishra also directed Nalanda SP Hari Prasath S not to mention this case while issuing him a character certificate as any negative remarks will disqualify him from getting a job.

Assistant public prosecutor Rajesh Pathak said the boy, who was a minor at the time of the crime in 2018, had been made an accused along with four adults in a case of stealing articles, including calculator, sim cards, coupons, data cards, and charger from a shop at Hilsa in 2018.

He said since the boy has cleared the PT and main examination for recruitment as assistant sub-inspector recently, the JJB court absolved him of the charges.

Pathak said Justice Mishra observed that the boy, then a juvenile, might have been influenced by the adult accused in the case. He said the boy had not been named in any other criminal case.

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