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Fighter   06 October 2016

Ipc section for threat to parade naked

One person has threatened me on phone that -  "I will parade your entire family naked in your town".

Does it attract IPC 506 Part 2?

Is there any other section will be attracted?



 10 Replies

Kumar Doab (FIN)     06 October 2016

First; Record such calls.

Fighter   06 October 2016

Call is recorded and Police NC is made under section IPC 504 506(1).

I want to understand whether IPC 506 (2) will attract or not?


Kumar Doab (FIN)     06 October 2016

Go thru:


Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate)     10 October 2016

If you are convinced that there is no threat then have sound sleep

Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate)     10 October 2016

If you are convinced that there is no threat then have sound sleep

Fighter   10 October 2016

Is there any section applicable for this threat of "naked parade"?

anil   13 October 2016

nothing will happen unless and untill person said that in front of few other people and you have some witness, on phone whatever said is to be repeated again and this time govt agency has to record calls not by you.

Max you can file NC. your recorded calls can be used for your safety in case not to make other criminal issue for other.

I never seen any person who given threat over phone and personally recorded proof taken by judge,if anyone knows any judgement please share , 

Fighter   14 October 2016

There are following threats:

  1. "I will parade your entire family nude in your town"
  2. "Mai tera khandan ujad dunga"
  3. "I am going to assualt you"

My questions are-

  1. Does these above threats attract IPC 506(2)?
  2. Which sections these threat attracts?

Fighter   04 November 2016

Please answer my query.

Kumar Doab (FIN)     04 November 2016

Have you shown the record that you have to your own counsel in these 30days!


If yes; by now you would have had a considered opinion or options and merits.

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