The offense supposes knowledge of the likelihood of causing death is?

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Lily Chitlangiya asked 29-Nov-2021 in Law & Legal Issues by Lily Chitlangiya

The offense supposes knowledge of the likelihood of causing death is?

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Sanjay Goenka answered 03-Dec-2021 by Sanjay Goenka
  • Section 299 of the Indian Penal Code ‘Culpable Homicide’ likely to cause death.

    The offences are defined in the Indian Penal Code are the ones that state the punishment for the committed offence. Especially for those who are included in the physical hurt, this is the first section in the code that provides the punishment for the likely caused situation as the situation of causing the death of any person. The further knowledge of the section can be read below.

    The offense supposes knowledge of the likelihood of causing death is?

    This section tells that whoever causes death by doing an act to cause death, or with causing such bodily injury that may be caused to death or with the intention and knowledge that the act which he is doing is dangerous, and the person dead by the act of the person then that person will have said to be committed that offence.

    Essential elements
    • Causing of death of Human of a being
    • Such death must be committed by the acts follows below
    1- An act to cause death.
    2- An act to cause such bodily injury as it is likely to cause death
    3- An act with the knowledge that it was likely to cause death.


    Case
    The incident related to this case happened on March 23, 1983at about 11 AM at village Chhigamma police station Gunnar. In which the accused were the ten-person who attacked the deceased Halke, who was sitting in the house of Khajju. He was attacked in the related previous enmity and also the huge injuries were done on the Bhai of the Ram. At the decision of the case, the justice Dr. Anand convicted the accused of the charges of culpable Homicide and passed an order of Punishment including the fine.