Threat call to Mukesh Ambani; accused man ‘mentally ill’, says bail order: Can psychiatric ailments like Intermittent explosive disorder one so violent?

A city session court granted bail to a man who allegedly threatened to kill Mukesh Ambani because he was receiving treatment for mental health problems.

New Delhi: The man had allegedly called the HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and made threats to mukesh ambani in dirty language.
The court presided over by the judge A. A. Kulkarni in his order he said the incident should not be taken seriously. “In such circumstances, the applicant’s act is not required to call and threaten by telephone to be viewed seriously.”

The court also ordered the plaintiff’s relatives to undertake not to repeat the crime.

The mentally ill and Indian laws

As per the Indian laws covering mentally ill people, there are certain regulations in play that follow detailed explanations of various types of mental disorders, which includes the treatment of mentally ill people in asylums.

Following the British CrownFollowing the inauguration of the government in 1858, a large number of laws were passed in rapid succession to regulate the care and treatment of the mentally ill in British India. Since then, the laws remain in force, however, many amendments have been made.

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intermittent explosive disorder

According to the Mayo ClinicIntermittent explosive disorder involves sudden episodes of impulse, aggression, violent behavior, and even verbal outbursts of anger in which one may overreact to a situation.

Road rage, domestic abuse, throwing or breaking objects, or other tantrums can be signs of intermittent explosive disorder.

Mental health professionals believe that intermittent explosive disorder is a chronic disorder that can continue for years, although the severity of outbursts may decrease with age.

Symptoms of intermittent explosive disorder

Although episodes of this disorder occur suddenly with little or no warning, they usually last less than an hour. According to the Mayo Clinic, you may be irritable, impulsive, aggressive or chronically angry most of the time. Other prominent signs are

  • Rage
  • Irritation
  • Improved energy levels.
  • tremors and racing thoughts
  • Increased heartbeat and palpitations

What are the causes?

Psychologists believe that intermittent explosive disorder begins in childhood and is more common in young adults. Although the exact reason for the disorder is unknown, many doctors attribute it to several factors including:

  • Ambient: Most people with this disorder grow up in a violent and abusive environment.
  • Genetics: The violent gene can be passed from parent to child.

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