The Combatant

  • Akanksha
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  • Akanksha

    Student at Amity University, Jharkhand, India

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Throwing Acid onto one’s body not only dilutes their skin but the confidence, clarity and the connection too. A bottle which costs an individual just INR 30 - 40 for once a time, causes damage to another individual for life time. Though the description is being given in Indian Penal Code, 1860, the Law Commission of India also describes it as a heinous crime and for committing such offence, one should get rigorous punishment. Disfiguring out the correct map of the face which can’t get back to its original even undergoing vivid cosmetic surgeries leaves scars not on one’s skin but on their frontal lobes from which its quite near to impossible that an individual will again come back to its original position. The basic reason behind such heinous crime mostly lies as rejection in any context, to which the fact applies that by committing any such offence the rejection won’t turn into acceptance and thus for any such reason no one should degrade their own moral values by seeking any kind of revenge from another individual. If taking any kind of rejection into a positive situation, any one can easily improve themselves from the critics which the individual is beholding with themselves at present and can easily transform onto their better version.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 5, Page 791 - 795


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