Sexual harassment case will not prima facie stand if woman was wearing provocative dress: Kerala Court

The Kozhikode Sessions Court made the observation while granting anticipatory bail to activist and author, Civic Chandran in a sexual harassment case.
Sexual Assault
Sexual Assault

A Kozhikode court has held that a case of sexual harassment complaint Section 354A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) will not prima facie stand if the woman was wearing a “sexually provocative dress” [Civic Chandran @ C V Kuttan v State of Kerala].

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