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Tik Tok Often Demonstrates a Degrading Culture and Encourages Pornography; Required to Be Properly Regulated to Save The Teens from Its Negative Impact: Orissa HC [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 3 Jun 2020 7:32pm

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A Single Judge Bench of Justice S.K. Panigrahi of the High Court of Orissa, Cuttack while passing grating bail to the petitioner in the matter of Shibani Barik v. the State of Odisha on May 28, 2020, made some interesting observations regarding the role of Tik Tok on today’s youth and requirement of specialized training for police officers investigating cybercrimes. 

 

Background of the case:

The petitioner had filed the application under Section 439 of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (CrPC), seeking bail. She is an accused in the case pending in the court of the SDJM, Sambalpur involving the offense under Section 306 (abetment to suicide) and Section 34 (Criminal Conspiracy) of Indian Penal Code, 1860

The allegation against the accused/petitioner is that she along with the co-accused have inflicted direct and indirect mental torture on the deceased (Padmalochan Barik) which resulted in the commission of suicide by the deceased. The statement of the witnesses recorded under Section 161 of CrPC had revealed that the petitioner had tied her nuptial knot with the deceased (Padma lochan) on February 21, 2019. 

However, prior to her marriage, she was alleged to have been in a love relationship with the co-accused Upendra and it was alleged to have continued even after her marriage. The co-accused (Upendra) had sent some of the intimate and private Tik Tok videos with the petitioner to the deceased which were also alleged to have been streamed in social media. 

The said Tik Tok videos depicting such fornication got deep-seated in the frail mind… Continue Reading...


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