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Who decides the “best interests” of the child?

Sujata Ayarkar, Aarthi Chandrasekhar

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2016.050


B was a frail 15-year-old girl who was brought to the hospital by the police. She had met a 22-year-old boy on a social networking site a few months earlier. They had fallen in love and she had started living with him. On finding his daughter missing, B’s father reported the matter to the police station. The police caught the couple and brought them to the police station. The boy was arrested. The father sent B to a shelter home lest she run away from home again. The police registered a complaint of rape.

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