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Thus in the past, the status of women in India was not clear. It was theoretically high but practically low. Women were prohibited to take part in domestic as well as in external matter. They were under the influence of their parents before marriage and their husbands after marriage. Thus, the position of women in ancient India was inferior. The position became worse even during the Moghul rule. They could not overcome the nasty Pardah system of the time.
Further, there was the custom of Sati. Many women were forcibly sent to the funeral pyre of their dead husbands. There was no change in the fate of women even during the British rule in India. Mahatma Gandhi openly invited help from women. Many women came forward.
Aruna Asaf Ali and others [ii]. Many women thereafter occupied prestigious positions in India. They excelled in almost all fields such as sports, politics, administration, science, and arts. Which are not specially directed at them, there are designated as crimes against women, which are directed specifically against them and are detailed herein.
Rape Section Sexual offenses: as per Section to of IPC talks about sexual offenses as per section defined as Rape, this term is derived from the Latin term rapio, which means to seize. Thus rape literally means a forcible seizure and that is essential characteristics of offense. We can also say that intercourse with women without her consent. Secondly— Without her consent. Thirdly— With her consent, when her consent has been obtained by putting her or any PS person in whom she is interested in fear of death or of hurt.
Fourthly- With her consent, when the man knows that he is not her husband, and that consent is given because she believes that he is another man to whom she is or believes herself to be lawfully married. Fifthly— With her consent, when, at the time of giving such consent, by reason of unsoundness of mind or intoxication or the administration by him personally or through another of any stupefying or unwholesome substance, she is unable to understand the nature and consequences of that to which she gives consent.
Essentials ingredients of the Section of There must be sexual intercourse with a woman by a man; Such sexual intercourse should be under any of the following circumstances: Against her will; With consent obtained under fear of death or hurt; With consent given under a misconception of fact that the man is her husband; Consent was given by reason of unsoundness of mind, intoxication or under influence of any stupefying or unwholesome substance; With women under 16 years of age, with or without consent.
Punishment for Rape: Section Punishment for rape. Explanation 1 Where a woman is raped by one or more in a group of persons acting in furtherance of their common intention, each of the persons shall be deemed to have committed gang rape within the meaning of this sub-section.
Kidnapping and Abduction Section : Kidnapping and Abduction for a different purpose section to : As per section talks about punishments for kidnapping Whoever kidnaps any person from India or from lawful guardianship, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to seven years, and shall also be liable to fine. Extension of Code to extra-territorial offences 1[4. Extension of Code to extra-territorial offences. The provisions of this Code apply also to any offence committed by 2[ 1 Any citizen of India in any place without and beyond India; 2 Any person on any ship or aircraft registered in India wherever it may be.
He can be tried and convicted of murder in any place in 3[India] in which he may be found. Certain laws not to be affected by this Act Certain laws not to be affected by this Act.
Illustrations a The sections, in this Code, which contain definitions of offences, do not express that a child under seven years of age can not commit such offences; but the definitions are to be understood subject to the general exception which provides that nothing shall be an offence which is done by a child under seven years of age.
Sense of expression once explained Every expression, which is explained in any part of this Code, is used in every part of this Code in conformity with the explanation. Number Unless the contrary appears from the context, words importing the singular number include the plural number, and words importing the plural number include the singular number. Servant of Government Government of India Rep.
By the A. Government India The original section 18 was rep. Misuse of Section A in Modern World: A violation of this section, its goals and its aims is on the rise with the woman frivolously making false allegations against their husbands with the purpose of getting rid of them or simply hurting the family. The abuse of this section is rapidly increasing and the women often well- educated know that this section is both cognizable and non-bailable and impromptu works on the complaint of the woman and placing the man behind bars.
The court believed that authorities and lawmakers had to review the situation and legal provisions to prevent such from taking place. This section was made keeping in mind protection of the married woman from unscrupulous husbands but is clearly misused by few women and again this is strictly condemned in Saritha v R.
Ramachandran  where the court did notice that the reverse trend and asked the law Commission and Parliament to make the offence a non-cognizable and bailable one. It is been a duty of the court to condemn wrongdoings and protect the victim but what happens when the victim turns into the abuser? What remedy does the husband have here? On this ground, the woman gets to divorce her husband and re-marry or even gain money in the form of compensation. But what this would do is that it would give a fair chance to the man and above all help meet the ends of justice.
When women accuse their husbands under S. Therefore, the lawmakers must suggest some way of making this section non-biased to any individual such that the guilty is punished and the person wronged is given justice.
The position of the women in India is still bad. The educated woman of today must agree with the mantra of equality and demand the same but the trend is slowly getting reversed.
Recent Judgements: Indian Courts in their recent judgements have looked into the matter of misuse of Sec. As this Section provides that when an F. In their judicial observations and remarks, the courts have expressed deep anguish over this law. Here are some recent judicial observations. The acts attributed to such persons have to be proved beyond reasonable doubt and they cannot be held responsible by mere conjectures and implications. Hoshan vs. State of A. The impact of complaints, accusation or taunts on a person amounting to cruelty depends on various factors like the sensitivity of the victim concerned, the social background, the environment, education etc.
Further, mental cruelty varies from person to person depending on the intensity of the sensitivity, degree of courage and endurance to withstand such cruelty. But as has been rightly contented by the petitioner that many instances have come to light where the complaints are not bonafide and have been filed with oblique motive. In such cases acquittal of the accused does not in all cases wipe out the ignominy suffered during and prior to trial.
Sometimes adverse media coverage adds to the misery. The question, therefore, is what remedial measures can be taken to prevent abuse of the well-intentioned provision. Merely because the provision is constitutional and intra vires, does not give a licence to unscrupulous persons to wreck personal vendetta or unleash harassment. It may, therefore, become necessary for the legislature to find out ways how the makers of frivolous complaints or allegations can be appropriately dealt with.
Till then the Courts have to take care of the situation within the existing frame work. But by misuse of the provision a new legal terrorism can be unleashed. There is no question of investigating agency and Courts casually dealing with the allegations. They cannot follow any straitjacket formula in the matters relating to dowry tortures, deaths and cruelty.
It cannot be lost sight of that ultimate objective of every legal system is to arrive at truth, punish the guilty and protect the innocent. There is no scope for any pre-conceived notion or view. It is strenuously argued by the petitioner that the investigating agencies and the courts start with the presumptions that the accused persons are guilty and that the complainant is speaking the truth. This is too wide available and generalized statement.
Certain statutory presumptions are drawn which again are rebuttable. It is to be noted that the role of the investigating agencies and the courts is that of watch dog and not of a bloodhound. It should be their effort to see that an innocent person is not made to suffer on account of unfounded, baseless and malicious allegations.
It is equally undisputable that in many cases no direct evidence is available and the courts have to act on circumstantial evidence. While dealing with such cases, the law laid down relating to circumstantial evidence has to be kept in view. Looking into the recent observations and the increase in the misuse of this Section, there should be certain amendments which should be brought up in this law: 1.
They should not encourage any woman to file a criminal case against her in-laws for trivial matters. If these organizations are found to be assisting in filing false complaints, then they should be made liable for prosecution in the country where they are functioning.
As of now there is no organization, which can really help these harassed men and his family members, to listen their side of the story and put their point of view in front of the government. Need of the hour is to create family counseling centers across the country to help those aggrieved families.
Time bound Investigation and Trial: A speedy trial of a cases will not only ensure justice for the innocents that have been implicated in false charges, it will also lead to prompt redressal of the grievances of real dowry victims. The reduction in false cases will also reduce the burden on judiciary and expedite the processing of real cases.