Use of expletive sans criminal force not assault: Delhi Court acquits man who swore at CISF airport security

The accused had faced trial for obstructing and assaulting CISF personnel at Delhi International Airport in 2015.
Use of expletive sans criminal force not assault: Delhi Court acquits man who swore at CISF airport security
Person hurling abuses

Use of abusive language would only amount to assault if coupled with a gesture that indicates use of criminal force, a Delhi Court held as it acquitted a man who faced trial for allegedly obstructing Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi [State v. Gaurav Sahni].

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