No Time Limit to Report Child Sex Abuse Cases under POCSO Act 2012

No Time Limit to Report Child Sex Abuse Cases under POCSO Act 2012 Now any Victim, at any age, can complain the sexual abuse  faced as a child. The POCSO Act is a gender-neutral Act which has enacted to strengthen the legal provisions for the protection of Children from sexual abuse and exploitation. Often, children […]

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No Time Limit to Report Child Sex Abuse Cases under POCSO Act 2012

Now any Victim, at any age, can complain the sexual abuse  faced as a child. The POCSO Act is a gender-neutral Act which has enacted to strengthen the legal provisions for the protection of Children from sexual abuse and exploitation.

Often, children are unable to report such crimes as the perpetrator in most cases is either a family member, a relative or closely person known.

Studies have also shown that the child continues to carry the trauma of sexual abuse until very late in life.

In order to overcome this trauma, many grown-up people have started coming out to report the abuse faced by them as children.

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