In the case of Maharashtra vs Narsingh Bhujan Rao Gede, the Mumbai Metropolitan Magistrates Court said women were not safe inside or outside the home and that the punishment of the accused was a lesson to a society committing similar crimes. Stated.
The V.J. Kore Chamber of Justice states that posting or transmitting obscene and sexually explicit material in electronic form must constitute a criminal offence under Sections 67 and 67(A) of the Information Technology Act 2000. I decided not to.
In this case, the defendant sent indecent pictures of a woman. The defendant has been tried for having committed an offence punishable under Section 509 of the Indian Penal Code and Sections 67 and 67A of the Information Technology Act.
The question before the Chamber was whether the defendants could be convicted under sections 67 and 67A of the Information Technology Act.
As the crimes mentioned involve the modesty of women, no benefit of the probation law is recognized, but given the defendant’s family, his job, and the nature of the crimes, the following sentence is enough.
The Court ruled that the informant suffered mentally as a result of the defendant’s conduct and therefore must be awarded compensation pursuant to Section 357(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
In view of the above, the defendant is guilty of an offence punishable under Section 509 of the Indian Penal Code, namely an offence intended to insult the decency of a woman, and under Section 67 for the electronic transmission of obscene material. Convicted of penalties. 67(a) of the Information Technology Act.