No right to rape a woman even if she is habituated to Sexual Intercourse, Supreme Court

Murali Krishnan October 31 2018
CrPC, arbitration

The Supreme Court has observed that nobody has the right to rape a woman even if she is habituated to sexual intercourse.

Even assuming that the prosecutrix was of easy virtue, she has a right to refuse to submit herself to sexual intercourse to anyone, the Court held.

The observation was made by a Bench of Justices R Banumathi and Indira Banerjee while setting aside the verdict of Delhi High Court which had acquitted gang rape accused and had . . .

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