According to section 425 Pakistan Penal Code Mischief, also known as malicious mischief or criminal mischief, is a crime that involves intentional damage or destruction of another person’s property. This can include acts such as graffiti, vandalism, keying a car, breaking windows, or damaging public property. The severity of the crime depends on the extent of the damage caused and the value of the property involved.

In many jurisdictions, mischief is considered a criminal offense and can result in fines, community service, probation, and even imprisonment. The punishment for mischief may vary depending on the severity of the crime and the offender’s criminal history. Repeat offenders may face harsher penalties.

Punishment for Mischief

According to section 426 ppc whoever commits mischief shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three months, or with fine, or with both.

It is important to note that mischief is a serious crime and can have significant consequences for both the offender and the victim. It is always better to find peaceful and legal ways to address grievances rather than resorting to vandalism or destruction of property. For more info contact us at 0300-8500985 or click the link rb.gy/chcgan