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332 of IPC

 332 of IPC ? 

Section 332 of IPC pertains to "voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from his duty." This section criminalizes the act of causing hurt to a public servant with the intention of deterring him or her from performing their official duties.


What is the Punishment under section 332 of IPC ?

The punishment for this offense is imprisonment for 3 year or fine or both. The offence under Section 332 of IPC is cognizable, Non Bailable & Non Compoundable offence. 


Possibility of bail under section 332 of IPC ?

It's important to note that, The section is intended to protect public servants from violence, intimidation, or any other form of physical harm while they are performing their official duties. This section is a safeguard for the public servant and also for the society as it enables the public servants to perform their duty without fear of any harm. The possibility of bail in cases involving this section will depend on the specific circumstances of the case and the discretion of the court. However, in cases where the offense is considered to be of a serious nature, bail may be denied. Ultimately, the decision on bail is up to the court hearing the case.


Explanation of 332 IPC with example 

For example, if X, an individual, causes physical injury to a police officer while the officer is trying to arrest him, X can be charged under Section 332 of IPC for voluntarily causing hurt to deter a public servant from his duty.


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