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Full order of IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS DATED : 05.07.2021 C O R A M THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE P.VELMURUGAN Crl.A.No.50 of 2020–Therefore, all the District Social Welfare Officers concerned, as soon as they receive copy of Judgments, if the State or the victim has not filed any appeal, they are directed to file an appeal with the help of the concerned District Legal Services Authorities or The State Legal Services Authority functioning under Union Territory of Pondicherry and the State of Tamil Nadu or High Court Legal Services Committee. 27. It is also relevant to give a direction to both the Government of Tamil Nadu and the Government of Puducherry to adhere to the provision of Section 43 of the POCSO Act. Both the Governments are directed to take measures as mentioned in Section 43 of the POCSO Act for the implementation of the provisions of the Act. 28. The Registry is directed to communicate a copy of this Judgment to all the Special Courts, dealing with the POCSO Cases, so as to enable them to send a copy of Judgments to the respective District Social Welfare Officers for filing an Appeal with the help of the concerned District Legal Services Authorities / State Legal Services Services Authority / High Court Legal Services Committee.
by Sekar Reporter · Published August 3, 2021
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by Sekar Reporter · Published February 16, 2020