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Report No. 84

7.12. Presumption of want of consent.-

One of the points made in the Debates on the motion in the Lok Sabha1 on the subject of rape of women was that if intercourse is proved, it should be presumed that it was an act of rape against the consent of the girl.

1. Lok Sabha Debates, 28th March, 1980, column 8975.

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