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Section 155 Railways Act, 1989

  Section 155 Railways Act, 1989:   Entering into a compartment reserved or resisting entry into a compartment not reserved.— (1) If any passenger— (a) having entered a compartment wherein no berth or seat has been reserved by a railway administration for his use, or (b) having unauthorisedly occupied a berth or seat reserved by a railway administration for the use of another passenger, refuses to leave it when required to do so by any railway servant authorised in this behalf, such railway servant may remove him or cause him to be removed, with the aid of any other person, from the compartment, berth or seat, as the case may be, and he shall also be punishable with fine which may extend to five hundred rupees. (2) If any passenger resists the lawful entry of another passenger into a compartment not reserved for the use of the passenger resisting, he shall be punishable with fine which may extend to two hundred rupees. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Rel

Section 154 Railways Act, 1989

  Section 154 Railways Act, 1989:   Endangering safety of persons travelling by railway by rash or negligent act or omission.—If any person in a rash and negligent manner does any act, or omits to do what he is legally bound to do, and the act or omission is likely to endanger the safety of any person travelling or being upon any railway, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year, or with fine, or with both. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 154 Railways Act, 1989:   The Union Of India vs Bhasawal Municipal Council on 16 December, 1980 Bombay High Court  State Of Karnataka vs Mahalingappa S/O Amrut on 28 November, 2018 Karnataka High Court  State Of Karnataka vs Mantesh S/O Ramappa Badagur on 3 December, 2018 Karnataka High Court  Rafeek vs Railway Protection Force on 26 August, 2019 Karnataka High Court  Union Of India vs Shefaliben Vinodbhai Shah Wife  on 18 September, 2018 Gujarat High Court  Smt

Section 153 Railways Act, 1989

  Section 153 Railways Act, 1989:  Endangering safety of persons travelling by railway by wilful act or omission.—If any person by any unlawful act or by any wilful omission or neglect, endangers or causes to be endangered the safety of any person travelling on or being upon any railway, or obstructs or causes to be obstructed or attempts to obstruct any rolling stock upon any railway, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to five years. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 153 Railways Act, 1989:   Mohammed Ajmal Mohammad vs The State Of Maharashtra on 21 February, 2011 Bombay High Court  Union Of India (Uoi), South  vs Kurukundu Balakrishnaiah And on 8 December, 2003 Andhra High Court  Smt Shanthamma @ Vasantha vs Union Of India on 13 February, 2019 Karnataka High Court Union Of India vs Tabassum Praveen & Ors on 25 November, 2010 Delhi High Court  Jitendra Singh Baghel @ Banti vs State Of Mp on 20 Octob

Section 152 Railways Act, 1989

   Section 152 Railways Act, 1989:  Maliciously hurting or attempting to hurt persons travelling by railway.—If any person unlawfully throws or causes to fall or strike at, against, into or upon any rolling stock forming part of a train, any wood, stone or other matter or thing with intent, or with knowledge that he is likely to endanger the safety of any person being in or upon such rolling stock or in or upon any other rolling stock forming part of the same train, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for life, or with imprisonment for a term which may extend to ten years. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to  Section 152 Railways Act, 1989:    The Union Of India vs Bhasawal Municipal Council on 16 December, 1980 Bombay High Court  State Of Karnataka vs Mahalingappa S/O Amrut  on 28 November, 2018 Karnataka High Court  State Of Karnataka vs Mantesh S/O Ramappa Badagur on 3 December, 2018 Karnataka High Court  Rafeek vs Railway Protection Force

Section 151 Railways Act, 1989

 Section 151 Railways Act, 1989:   Damage to or destruction of certain railway properties.— (1) If any person, with intent to cause, or knowing that he is likely to cause damage or destruction to any property of a railway referred to in sub-section (2), causes by fire, explosive substance or otherwise, damage to such property or destruction of such property, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to five years, or with fine, or with both. (2) The properties of a railway referred to in sub-section (1) are railway track, bridges, station buildings and installations, carriages or wagons, locomotives, signalling, telecommunications, electric traction and block equipments and such other properties as the Central Government being of the opinion that damage thereto or destruction thereof is likely to endanger the operation of a railway, may, by notification, specify. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 151 Railways A

Section 150 Railways Act, 1989

  Section 150 Railways Act, 1989:  Maliciously wrecking or attempting to wreck a train.— (1) Subject to the provisions of sub-section (2), if any person unlawfully,— (a) puts or throws upon or across any railways, any wood, stone or other matter or thing; or (b) takes up, removes, loosens or displaces any rail, sleeper or other matter or things belonging to any railway; or (c) turns, moves, unlocks or diverts any points or other machinery belonging to any railway; or (d) makes or shows, or hides or removes, any signal or light upon or near to any railway; or (e) does or causes to be done or attempts to do any other act or thing in relation to any railway, with intent or with knowledge that he is likely to endanger the safety of any person travelling on or being upon the railway, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for life, or with rigorous imprisonment for a term which may extend to ten years: Provided that in the absence of special and adequate reasons to the contrary to be ment

Section 149 Railways Act, 1989

  Section 149 Railways Act, 1989:  Making a false claim for compensation.—If any person requiring compensation from a railway administration for loss, destruction, damage, deterioration or non-delivery of any consignment makes a claim which is false or which he knows or believes to be false or does not believe to be true, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 149 Railways Act, 1989:    In Re: Thaikkottathil Kunhaeen  vs Unknown on 2 August, 1923 Madras High Court  In Re: Vasudeva Mudali And Ors. vs Unknown on 11 March, 1929 Madras High Court  Union Of India (Uoi) And Anr. vs Rameshwar Prasad on 9 March, 1982 Madhya Pradesh High Court  Governor General Of India In  vs The Jubilee Mills Ltd. on 5 February, 1952 Bombay High Court  Salim Mohmad And Anr. vs The State Of Gujarat on 18 December, 1971 Gujarat High Court  C. Kunhammad And