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Pakistan Penal Code 1860 Urdu.epub: A Free Download of the Law Book in Urdu


Pakistan Penal Code 1860 Urdu.epub: A Free Download of the Law Book in Urdu




The Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) is the main criminal code of Pakistan that was enacted in 1860 by the British colonial authorities. It is based on the Indian Penal Code and covers a wide range of offences, such as murder, theft, rape, blasphemy, terrorism, etc. The PPC is still in force in Pakistan with some amendments and additions over the years.




Pakistan Penal Code 1860 Urdu.epub


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For those who want to read the PPC in Urdu, there is a free download available on the Internet Archive[^1^]. The file name is "Pakistan Penal Code 1860 Urdu.epub" and it was uploaded by Umair Mirza on September 3, 2020. The file size is 2.4 MB and it contains 511 pages. The file format is EPUB, which is a popular e-book format that can be read on various devices and software.


The EPUB file of the PPC in Urdu has a table of contents that allows easy navigation to different chapters and sections of the code. The text is clear and readable, and the formatting is consistent. The file also has an OCR layer that enables text search and copy-paste functions. However, some errors may occur due to the limitations of OCR technology.


The EPUB file of the PPC in Urdu is a useful resource for anyone who wants to learn about the criminal law of Pakistan in their native language. It can also be helpful for students, lawyers, judges, researchers, journalists, activists, and anyone interested in the legal system of Pakistan. However, it should be noted that the file may not reflect the latest changes or interpretations of the law, and it should not be used as a substitute for professional legal advice.


One of the most controversial and debated sections of the PPC is section 295-C, which prescribes the death penalty for anyone who defiles the name of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). This section was added in 1986 by the military dictator General Zia-ul-Haq as part of his Islamization policy. Since then, many people have been accused, convicted, and executed under this section, often on false or fabricated charges. The section has also been used to target religious minorities, such as Christians and Ahmadis, who are considered heretics by some Muslims.


Another important section of the PPC is section 377, which criminalizes "carnal intercourse against the order of nature" with any man, woman, or animal. This section is based on the Victorian morality of the British colonial era and is widely interpreted to outlaw homosexuality. The punishment for this offence is imprisonment for life or for a term not less than two years and not more than ten years, and a fine. However, in practice, this section is rarely enforced and there have been no reported cases of conviction under it in Pakistan.


A recent amendment to the PPC that has attracted attention is the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 2020, which was passed by the Parliament in February 2020. This act introduced several reforms to the criminal justice system, such as enhancing the protection of women and children from rape and sexual abuse, increasing the penalties for child pornography and cybercrime, establishing special courts for speedy trials of rape cases, and allowing chemical castration as an optional punishment for repeat offenders of rape. e0e6b7cb5c


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