Section 233 IPC Allows Free Murder of Assaulter by Woman

Murder of Assaulter

Although it is heavily circulated by people that section 233 IPC is a new law that allows a woman to injure or kill a man if she is being attacked
sexually, and walk away freely. The whole concept has flawed, and the
information is incorrect. It is section 376 IPC that deals with rape
laws, which declares punishment to the assaulter. Crime against women
is dealt with under sec. 363-372, 302, 304B, 498A, 354, 509, 294 and
366B IPC. None of them allow indiscriminate killing or injuring the
assaulter. Although section 100 and 96 IPC permit private defence
during a physical assault, irrespective of the damage caused in the
process, but, the woman is required to provide evidence of the crime
herself, or the account of witnesses. Sec. 97 IPC allows a person
associated with the assaulted woman to attack the assaulter to defend
her, but, the rules or providing substantial evidence still holds.

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