Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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Vijay Kumar   29 January 2020

police catch the bike

sir police catch a bike and asked all documents we showed all documents and he asked helmet. In Raichur no one wear helmet we replied him but he got angry and he slaped in Bazar for 19 year young boy . is it correct sir


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Akshay   30 January 2020

Hi Thank you for taking initiative about your query by the way of LCI. I will definitely help you out. As you have said you were without helmet which is in itself a crime because Ignorance of law is not acceptable at all and our motor vehicle act 2019 is a perfect example of Austin theory ie, command given by sovereign if violation happens sanction will be imposed as you havn't wore helmet is punishable , but you should wear helmet for your safety. But as he slapped you is a violation as well and you may take action against that police officer. Hope you will like the answer for any more query you can ask freely. Best regards Akshay

Vijay Kumar   30 January 2020

what is the article for that office

Vijay Kumar   30 January 2020

in Raichur city we can't wear helmet sir because it's too hot in Raichur

Dr. MPS RAMANI Ph.D.[Tech.] (Scientist/Engineer)     31 January 2020

What exactly is your problem?  The police caught you riding a two-wheeler not wearing helmet. The police slapped you. Riding a twopwheeler not wearing a helmet is an offence (not a crime) whether in Raichur or elsewhere in India. But the police did not take any action for the offence. He slapped you. Slapping you is certainly an offence whatever may ne the provocation. But taking action against the police officer is difficult unless you are son of a minister.

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