"Similarly, address of her/his parents be also covered. The name and address of child victim shall remain in police file which shall be confidential," it said.
The court was dealing with 14 cases of sexual offences from April 1 to April 7, ranging from rape, molestation, unnatural sex and stalking, in which the police filed charge sheets along with names, addresses and other details of the minors, disclosing their complete identities.
The court was dealing with the cases lodged in various police stations of east Delhi, north east Delhi and Shahdara districts.
The court took serious note of the fact that the provisions of Protection Of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act have been violated in various cases.
The court said this was a blatant violation of the provisions of confidentiality and directed the concerned Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) to ensure that in future no charge sheet shall be filed disclosing such names.
It also directed that the address of child's parents should also not be disclosed as it may reveal their identity.
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