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SECTION 133 IPC - Indian Penal Code - Abetment of assault by soldier, sailor or airman on his superior officer, when in execution of his office


Last Updated: 01 Jun, 2024
By Advocate Chikirsha Mohanty


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  1. IPC 133 in Simple Words
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Whoever abets an assault by an officer, soldier, sailor or airman, in the Army, Navy or Air Force of the Government of India, on any superior officer being in the execution of his office, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years, and shall also be liable to fine.



IPC 133 in Simple Words

If someone encourages an officer, soldier, sailor, or airman to assault a superior officer while the superior officer is performing their duties, the abettor can be punished with up to three years in jail and a fine.


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Offence : Abetment of an assault by An officer, soldier, sailor Or airman on his superior officer, when in the execution of his office


Punishment : 3 Years + Fine


Cognizance : Cognizable


Bail : Non-Bailable


Triable : Magistrate First Class






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Frequently Asked Questions


What is Section 133 of the IPC?

Anyone who aids and abets the assault of an officer, soldier or sailor in the Army or Navy of the Government of India on a superior officer in the performance of his duty shall be punished by imprisonment of any description up to three years. They may also be subject to criminal prosecution.


What is Section 133 of the Civil code?

Other persons are exempted from Section 133 If a person is exempt from examination and a commission must examine him, the individual shall be responsible for the commission's costs, unless it was the party who required his testimony that paid the commission's costs.


What is Section 133 of the CrPC Bare Act?

The section 133 of 1973's Criminal Procedure Code is a conditional order for the removal of nuisance. This provision is used most often in cases of urgent public nuisance that must be removed. Nuisance is any inconvenience or discomfort which interferes with normal comfort for a person. 10 Aug 2022