It is a crime if someone has some control over another person because of their job or position, and uses this control to make a woman have sex with them. This crime typically refers to situations in which the person is in a position of trust, or the man is a public servant or jail staff or on the management of the hospital. This crime is different from aggravated rape because in this the person uses his authority to take the consent of the woman and has sex with her. Here, what matters is whether the man abused his position of trust or authority to induce or seduce a woman to have sex with him.
The punishment is rigorous imprisonment of between ten years to life imprisonment along with a fine.
For Example: Ashok, the jail superintendent where Tara is serving her sentence, tells her that he will support her release on parole if she has sex with him, to which Tara consents. Ashok abused his official position to induce Tara to have sex that did not amount to rape. In this case, Ashok has not forced himself on Tara and committed rape, but convinced Tara to have sex with him by using his position to get her out on parole.0