When an offence is committed by means of several acts, whoever intentionally co-operates in the commission of that offence by doing any one of those acts, either singly or jointly with any other person, commits that offence.

Simply Put

This section means when an act is committed by several person following by their individual acts, they will be held liable equally as if one of them has done the act. For example A and B agrees to give harfmful medicines to C each day, C dies both A and B will be liable equally even though their acts were seperate but lead to the effect of C death.

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