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RIGHT OF PRIVATE DEFENCE UNDER IPC

    2 Author(s):  MRS. TANVI SHARMA,MR.ABHIMANYU PHOGAT

Vol -  13, Issue- 6 ,         Page(s) : 281 - 283  (2022 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

Self-defence is an inherent trait of every man. It is everyone's right to be safe from harm to their own bodies and possessions, as well as the possessions of those close to them. According to the author K.D Gaur , “An offender who commits a crime in order to defend his or her own person, property, body or the personal belongings of others is entitled to protection”. Russell defended the attacker's death for exercising his right to self-defence to save his life and property. Bentham defended the idea of self-preservation in his criminal law, acknowledging that the judge (state) could not (protect) every person, and that the awe of the law was not so effective in preventing bad people as fear.

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