A Makes an Attempt to Pick the Pocket of B by Thrusting His Hand into B’S Pocket. a Fails in Attempt in Consequence of B’S Having Nothing in His Pocket. a is Guilty Of–(M.P.C.J.) - Legal Reasoning

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A makes an attempt to pick the pocket of B by thrusting his hand into B’s pocket. A fails in attempt in consequence of B’s having nothing in his pocket. A is guilty of–(M.P.C.J.)

Options

  • No offence

  • Theft

  • Attempt of theft

  • Using Criminal Force

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Solution

Attempt of theft

Concept: Indian Penal Code (Entrance Exams)
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