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Sec 498A of Indian Reformatory Code, 1860 was entrenched by the Criminal Law (Second Correction) Act, 1983. Before this part was included, harsh cases such as attack, serious pain, and more were managed in broad ways. This part opened the doors to justice for women who, due to their important family members or others, face brutality. The offence in this section is an offence which can be recognised, not levied and not compounded. The clarity of the section is also important for being fierce or cruel.
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