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Often ladies on Holi also play with great colors. In such a case, if a man forces them with force. Or if he tries to touch them objectionably, there may be strict legal action against them.

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Holi festival is full of color and glee. People celebrate holi on this festival. Drain each other with colors. But in the excitement of this festival you can also fall into unknowable legal footprints.

Because women often play a lot of colors on Holi. In such a case, if a man forces them with force. Or if he tries to touch them objectionably, there may be strict legal action against them.

Indeed, the Indian Penal Code, which means the IPC, provides special protection to women. Therefore, anyone can be costly to force anyone on the festival with force. Read More:- Holi 2019: By this method Holika Dhanan, Learn here auspicious time

Strong action can also be taken against women, as well as for forced or tampering or harassment with the children. Police register cases against the accused under section 354 of such cases in connection with women. Let's first know about section 354 of the IPC.

What is the IPC Section 354

Section 354 of Indian Penal Code is used in such cases. To force women to respect the dignity and honor of women, force them to be forced. They are touched by the wrong intention. Or to get offensive comments on them or to attack them with bad intention. The behavior of women with the wrong motive also comes under the purview of this section.

What happens is punishment

According to the Indian Penal Code, if a person forces an attack or force to disrupt a woman's dignity, then the section 354 of IPC is imposed. Under which, the conviction on the accused can be imprisonment for two years or fine or both of them can be punished. Read More:- IPL / Captain Virat's success rate is 46%, 9% less than T-20 International

What happens to the Poxo Act?

Coercion with children is done under the Poxo Act in case of forced or tampering or harassment. These words come from English. It means full-time, Protection of Children from Sexual Affessions Act 2012, ie Protection of Children from Sexual Harassment Act 2012. Under this Act, action is taken in cases of sexual offenses and molestation of minor children.

This act protects children from serious crimes like sexual harassment, sexual assault and pornography. Section 5F, 6, 7, 8 and 17 of the Poxo Act relates to child sexual abuse in an educational institution.

If any action is taken against Poxo Act, the accused is arrested immediately. The accused, who were tried under this Act, also get bail. This Act also provides for the protection of the victim or child.

What is the Indian Penal Code

Indian Penal Code, IPC, provides definition of punishment for crimes committed by any citizen here in India. Read More:- PAK had to surround India, bet on lying, reckless fines

But it does not apply to Jammu and Kashmir and the Indian army. Ranbir Penalty Code (RPC) is applicable in Jammu and Kashmir instead of it.

British has the responsibility of IPC

Indian Penal Code (IPC) was implemented in 1862 during British rule. After that, it has been amended from time to time. Especially after India's independence, a major change was made.

Pakistan and Bangladesh also adopted Indian Penal Code. Almost in the same way, this legislation was also implemented in Burma, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, etc. which came under British rule.

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