Harneesh Kaur and Kajal Tyagi ,
Crimes against Women under IPC, 1860 with the Reference of the Criminal Amendment 2013,
4 (3) IJLMH Page 1096 - 1113 (2021), DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.11551
India today is not what it used to be that is it now more educated than before and more civilized but it does not change the fact that the crime rate in India is still increasing despite there being a lot of laws and acts. The problem probably lies in the implementation of those laws which is delayed due to a lack of personnel in the judiciary and increasing cases.
This paper studies one of the crimes prominent in India that is crimes against women that is in respect to the landmark and revolutionary judgment of 2013.
Even, in this category, we are going to discuss the crimes which are a lot more common in comparison to others which are stated in section 354A to 354D which were added by the 2013 amendment.
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