Mumbai : Actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra was arrested by the Crime Branch of Mumbai Police and presented in court. From where the court has sent businessmen Raj Kundra and Ryan Tharp to police custody till July 23. Many serious allegations have been made against Raj Kundra in the past as well. Let us tell you that he is accused of making porn films. In this case, there is a punishment of many years under the section of IT Act and IPC. Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband and businessman Raj Kundra was arrested by the Crime Branch team of Mumbai Police on Monday.
The police, with a request to keep Kundra in custody for the maximum period, told the magistrate’s court that the 45-year-old businessman was earning pecuniary profit by manufacturing and selling obscene material. Police said they have confiscated Kundra’s phone and it needs to be probed, adding that Kundra’s business transactions will also be probed. Besides Kundra, the police also produced one of the accused, Ryan Thorpe, who was arrested in the case on Monday. Thorpe was also sent to police custody till 23 July.
What is Anti Pornography Law
Making obscene videos of others and making them available to others through electronic means comes under the purview of Anti-Pornography Law. Also, this law applies to those who send obscene content to anyone without their consent. Publishing or sending pornography is illegal. Those who do so may face a prison sentence. Let us tell you that in such cases, a case is registered against the accused under sections of IT Act and Indian Penal Code (IPC).
What is the punishment in this case
In such cases, there is a provision for punishment under Section 67 (A) of the IT (Amendment) Act 2008 and Section 292, 293, 294, 500, 506 and 509 of the IPC. Depending on the gravity of the offence, the punishment may extend to 5 years in jail or a fine of up to Rs 10 lakh. However, if a person commits such a mistake again, he can be punished with imprisonment of up to 7 years. If the charges against Raj Kundra are proved, then he will get this punishment.
Section 67 (A) of the IT (Amendment) Act 2008
Law: IT (Amendment) Law 2008 section 67 of (a), IPC sections 292, 293, 294, 500, 506 and 509
Punishment: Imprisonment for five years and/or fine up to ten lakh rupees on the first offense. Imprisonment up to seven years and/or fine up to ten lakh rupees for the second offence.
Section 292 of IPC
Section 292 of the Indian Penal Code clearly defines that showing a woman or a young woman on pornography or indecent images can be punished. 2000 while giving rigorous imprisonment for two years to the person found guilty for the first time, Rs. fine may be collected.
Punishment: Rigorous imprisonment for 2 years
Section 294 of IPC
Section 294 of the Indian Penal Code defines the offense of committing any obscene act in a public place and also lays down the punishment for that offense, to a person who has committed the offense of committing obscene acts in any public place. The person is punished under section 294 of the Indian penal code and the person who has committed the offense under section 294 of the Indian penal code, has been provided with the punishment of imprisonment under this code, such person shall be punished with simple imprisonment. for which the time limit may be extended up to 3 years, and in this offense a provision of fine has been made, which the court determines according to the gravity of the charge and the history of the accused.
Punishment: Imprisonment up to 3 years
Section 500 of IPC
According to section 500 of Indian penal code, Whoever defames any other person, shall be punished with simple imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine, or with both. Punishment for defamation – Two years simple imprisonment or fine or both
Punishment: Two years
Section 506 of IPC
According to section 506 of the Indian penal code, whoever commits the offense of criminal intimidation, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine, or with both.
Punishment: Two years
Section 509 of IPC
If any person insults any other person, who abuses that person with the threat of death, or the threat of burning with fire, or the property of which Threatens to destroy, the person doing so is liable to section 509 of the Indian Penal Code
Punishment: Two years