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Pakistan Penal Code 1860 Urdu Book 59


Pakistan Penal Code 1860 Urdu Book 59




The Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) is a legal document that outlines crimes and their punishments in Pakistan. It was originally drafted in 1860 as the Indian Penal Code and adopted by Pakistan in 1947. This article provides an overview of the PPC, its structure, and major categories of offenses covered.


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Structure of the PPC




The PPC consists of 23 chapters and 511 sections. The chapters are divided into various topics, such as offences against the state, offences against the public tranquility, offences affecting the human body, offences against property, offences relating to religion, etc. The sections define the specific offences and prescribe the maximum and minimum punishments for each offence. The PPC also contains some general provisions, such as definitions, exceptions, abetment, criminal conspiracy, etc.


Book 59 of the PPC




Book 59 of the PPC deals with offences relating to coins and government stamps. It contains sections from 230 to 263A. The main offences under this book are:



  • Counterfeiting coins or government stamps



  • Possessing or using counterfeit coins or stamps



  • Making or selling instruments for counterfeiting coins or stamps



  • Abetting any of the above offences




The punishments for these offences range from imprisonment for life or for a term of up to 10 years, and fine.


Pakistan Penal Code Urdu Book




The PPC is available in both English and Urdu languages. The Urdu version of the PPC is a translation of the original English text. It is widely used by lawyers, judges, students, and researchers in Pakistan. The Urdu version of the PPC can be downloaded for free from various online sources, such as [Pakistan Penal Code Urdu] by Lawaaly. This book contains the complete text of the PPC in Urdu, along with some explanatory notes and references.


Conclusion




The Pakistan Penal Code 1860 is a comprehensive and important legal document that governs the criminal law in Pakistan. It covers a wide range of offences and punishments, and provides some general principles and definitions. Book 59 of the PPC deals with offences relating to coins and government stamps, and prescribes severe penalties for counterfeiting and related activities. The PPC is available in both English and Urdu languages, and can be accessed online for free.


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