On September 13, four of six men who brutally raped and murdered Jyoti Singh, a 23year- old physiotherapist, in a moving bus in Delhi on December 16, 2012, were sentenced to death. One of them committed suicide inside Tihar Jail on March 11. The sixth was a minor— six months short of becoming an adult at the time of committing the crime— and was let off without any “punishment”. After spending 27 months in a corrective home, he will be a free man. Is this justice? What should be the basis of punishment— age or nature of crime? At Mind Rocks, the India Today Group launched a campaign seeking change in the Juvenile Justice Act, 2000, which takes a lenient view of juvenile criminals who commit serious offences such as rape and murder. The campaign was unveiled by Jyoti’s parents, Asha Devi and Badrinath Singh.