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Groping without removing clothes is not sexual assault, rules Indian court

Groping without removing clothes is not sexual assault, rules Indian court

There’s been outrage across India after a court ruled that groping a child through their clothing does not constitute sexual assault. In a judgment last week, the court found that a 39-year-old man was not guilty of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl as he had not removed her clothes. The man had been found guilty of sexual assault and sentenced to three years in prison in a lower court.

Clara
Clara
Clara
Clara 1 months

Disturbing From one of the article: Justice Pushpa Ganediwala held that there must be "skin to skin contact with sexual intent" for an act to be considered sexual assault. SHE said in her verdict that mere groping will not fall under the definition of sexual assault.

Mike
Mike 1 months

Flipping ridiculous!

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