According to section 383 Pakistan Penal Code

Extortion is the act of obtaining money, property, or services from an individual or entity through the use of threats, coercion, or intimidation. It is considered a form of blackmail and is illegal in most jurisdictions.

Typically, the person committing extortion will threaten to harm the victim or their property, reveal embarrassing or damaging information about them, or take some other negative action unless the victim agrees to meet their demands. These demands may include paying a sum of money, providing valuable goods or services, or taking some other action that benefits the extortionist.

What is Extortion?

Extortion is a serious crime that can result in significant legal consequences, including fines, imprisonment, and damage to a person’s reputation and future prospects. If you are the victim of extortion or believe you may be at risk of being extorted, it is important to seek legal advice and take appropriate steps to protect yourself.

Explanation, A threatens z that he will keep z’s child in wrongful confinement, unless z will sign and deliver to A a promissory note binding z to pay certain money to A. Z signs and delivers the note. A has committed extortion

Punishment for Extortion

According to section 384 PPC

Whoever commits extortion shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both. For more info contact us at 0300-8500985 or click the link rb.gy/chcgan