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/ IPC-SECTION 100-EXTENSION OF THE PRIVATE DEFENCE OF THE
IPC-SECTION 100-EXTENSION OF THE
PRIVATE DEFENCE OF THE BODY
IPC SECTION 100-INDIAN PENAL CODE-"WHEN THE RIGHT OF PRIVATE DEFENCE OF THE
BODY EXTENDS TO CAUSING OF THE DEATH"
The right of private defence of the body extends, under the restrictions mentioned in the last
preceding section, to the voluntary causing of death or of any other harm to the assailant, if the
offence which occasions the exercise of the right be of any of the descriptions hereinafter
First – Such an assault as may reasonably cause the apprehension that death will otherwise be
the consequence of such assault;
Secondly – Such an assault as may reasonably cause the apprehension that grievous hurt will
otherwise be the consequence of such assault;
Thirdly – An assault with the intention of committing rape;
Fourthly – An assault with the intention of gratifying unnatural lust;
Fifthly – An assault with the intention of kidnapping or abducting;
Sixthly – An assault with the intention of wrongfully confining a person, under circumstances
which may reasonably cause him to apprehend that he will be unable to have recourse to the
public authorities for his release.
Seventhly – An act of throwing or administering acid or an attempt to throw or administer acid
which may reasonably cause the apprehension that grievous hurt will otherwise be the
consequence of such act.
[Ins. by Act 13 of 2013, s. 2 (w.e.f. 3-2-2013)]
(i) The inmates clearly had a right of private defence against the intruders who tried to extract
money by force;
Kishore Shambhudatta Mishra v. the State of Maharashtra, (1989) Cr LJ 1149: AIR 1989
(ii) If the accused had already dealt several blows on the deceased, h