Fear or Provocation of Violence

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There were great personalities in the past whose main armory was non - violence through out their life for the betterment of humankind, yet violence is prevalent in most and almost every part of this land. Krattenmaker and Powe1 have defined "Violence is the purposeful, anti - social infliction of pain for personal gain or gratification that is intended to harm the victim and is accomplished in spite of societal sanctions against it"…

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Come over here and we'll give you a good kicking". Fearing immediate violence, the mail worker left the place and reached his office.
The statement was recorded by the Police Officials and case was registered under section 4 of Public Order Act (Amended by Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994). As per the act, the law states that according to section 42; it is an offense to use threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior to someone else in the following cases; make them believe that violence will used against them, which is the case with Royal mail worker, provoke the immediate use of violence; when that person is likely to believe that violence will be provoked, when it actually is violence will be provoked. ...
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