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Abetment to suicideViews: 171
Dec 02, 2008 2:21 pm re: re: re: Abetment to suicide
All laws are a matter of commonsense. When an act defined and a punishment is provided by legislature or parliament or any civic body authorized to make rules of behavior and provides punishment for non obedience it becomes punishable.

1. If you look at most legislations it starts with section that says nobody shall…………… and for example Motor Vehicle Act in every country says that nobody shall drive a particular engine propelled Vehicle without a license issued by an authority that is empowered to issue such licenses by the State.

2. The peculiar aspect about Indian Penal Code is that it defines
Acts and provides punishment. There is not one section that says “nobody shall” do a particular act.

3. If words “nobody shall,” were used in 299 or 300 of I.P.C. the hangman in our prisons will be deemed guilty,. The District judge, High Court and the Supreme Court in cases of leave for appeal should be guilty of conspiracy and abetment.

4. All our cops would be guilty of abetment and harboring offenders while all the law students who took part in the affray in law college could be acquitted on the basis of benefit of doubt.

The moral of the story is that “Roman Law” and `Jurisprudence’, do not suit India.

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