Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr ‘Main tujhe dekh lunga’ This sentence is very common nowadays and we usually say it to people. We use it when we comes to fight between people. Gujarat High Court, in a judgment refused to accept that ‘Main tujhe dekh lunga’ is a statement of criminal intimidation or threat. As per reports, the High Court reported the judgment while hearing a case. A FIR was documented against a lawyer named Mohammad Mohsin Chhalotiya from Sabarkantha region of Gujarat, who was detained in 2017 for threatening police by saying ‘main sab ko dekh lunga’. Chhalotiya had gone to meet his client at a police station, where the police objected him conversing with his client. This led to arguments between the police and the lawyer. Afterward, the cops registered a FIR against Chhalotiya. Equity AS Supehia in the order expressed that the threat must reason alert in the person in victim, and ‘I will see you’ can’t be viewed as criminal terrorizing. He included, no such thing in the present case. Chhalotiya’s arrest was allegedly wrong with respect to the policemen who are said to have meddled with the lawyer’s working.