If the person involved in the conspiracy is involved in the criminal conspiracy to commit a crime punishable by life imprisonment or a rigorous imprisonment of two years or more, then under section 120B he will also be punished equal to the perpetrator.
What is Section 120b and Section 34?  - IPC Section 120b and 34 in English
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IPC Section 120b and 34 in English - Common conspiracy case for committing any crime comes under the category of crime.  In such cases there is a provision of sections 120A and 120B of the Indian Penal Code i.e.  In any case where the number of accused is more than one, Section 120A is usually mentioned in the police FIR.  It is not necessary that the accused himself commits the crime.  Being involved in any conspiracy is also a crime in the eyes of law.

In such a case, if the person involved in the conspiracy is involved in the criminal conspiracy to commit a crime punishable by life imprisonment or a rigorous imprisonment of two years or more, then under section 120B, he will also be punished equal to the perpetrator.  In other cases, this sentence can be six months imprisonment or fine or both.

(1) Whoever is involved in a criminal conspiracy to commit an offense punishable by death, life imprisonment or hard imprisonment of two years or more, if there is no express provision in this Code for the punishment of such conspiracy, similarly  To be punished, as if he had committed such a crime.


(2) Whoever shall be involved in any criminal conspiracy other than the criminal conspiracy to commit a crime punishable as aforesaid, shall be imprisonment of either type not exceeding six months, or with fine, or both.  From, will be punished.

What is Section 34 of IPC?  - IPC Section 34 in English

This section refers to offenses committed by more than one person in general.  If two or more people do a work jointly, then the situation under the law will be the same as if each of them has done that work personally.

For example, four people want to hurt someone together and for this they leave their place and reach where the person is present, as soon as that person appears, one person in all four of them with sticks.  Attacking the head, the man bows his hand to save the stick from falling on the head, and sees four men running in front and shouting.  By the time the attackers can catch him, nearby people gather and see all four attackers participate.

Here one person has done the work of hurting the injured person, due to which only he has committed the offense of Section 323 IPC, but the other three persons were together for the purpose of hurting that person, so all three of them also used to attack with sticks.  They are the same criminals as they have the same general intent.  When they are prosecuted, Section 323 will be charged along with Section 34.  If all were punished in that indictment, all would be punished in the same way as the person who attacked with sticks.