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SECTION 310 IPC - Indian Penal Code - Thug


Last Updated: 01 Feb, 2024
By Advocate Chikirsha Mohanty


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  1. Description of IPC Section 310
  2. IPC 310 in Simple Words

Description of IPC Section 310

According to section 310 of Indian penal code, Whoever, at any time after the passing of this Act, shall have been habitually associated with any other or others for the purpose of committing robbery or child-stealing by means of or accompanied with murder, is a thug.



IPC 310 in Simple Words

Section 310 of the Indian Penal Code states that anyone who, after the passing of this Act, is regularly associated with others to commit robbery or child-stealing along with murder is considered a thug.

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Whoever, at any time after the passing of this act, shall have been habitually associated with any other or others for the purpose of committing robbery or child-stealing by means of or accompanied with murder, is a thug.




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