Subsequently, the girl was rescued from the madrasa on April 22 by a Delhi police team and the "juvenile" apprehended, the police said. Last week, the police had also arrested the madrasa cleric Ghulam Shahid for allegedly being aware of the presence of the girl on the premises. She had said the accused had taken her to the madrassa to meet his friends.The report was submitted to the bone saw machine factory Manufacturers Juvenile Justice Board on Tuesday and the matter was listed for hearing on Wednesday.After taking note of the bone ossification test report submitted by the Delhi police, the JJB said that the accused, who was initially suspected to be a 17-year-old, will be tried as an adult, said an officer.
The victim had recorded her statement in front of a magistrate on April 23. The police was informed on April 21 by the girlrsquo;s father that she had gone missing from Ghazipur in east Delhi after she went to the market.The test report indicated that he is a major.New Delhi: The Juvenile Justice Board on Wednesday said that an accused held in connection with the rape of a 10-year-old girl inside a madrasa in Ghaziabad will be tried as an adult after the bone ossification test report indicated he was not a juvenile. The bone ossification test was carried on the accused since his family had failed to submit documents that could help the police to ascertain if he was below years of age.