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Section 180 Railways Act, 1989

 Section 180 Railways Act, 1989:  Arrest of persons likely to abscond, etc.— (1) If any person who commits any offence under this Act, other than an offence mentioned in 32 [sub-section (2) of section 179], or is liable to pay any excess charge or other sum demanded under section 138, fails or refuses to give his name and address or there is reason to believe that the name and address given by him are fictitious or that he will abscond, 33 [the officer authorised] may arrest him without warrant or written authority. (2) 34 [The officer authorised] may call to his aid any other person to effect the arrest under sub-section (1). (3) Any person arrested under this section shall be produced before the nearest Magistrate within a period of twenty-four hours of such arrest excluding the time necessary for the journey from the place of arrest to the court of the Magistrate unless he is released earlier on giving bail or if his true name and address are ascertained on executing a bond without

Section 178 Railways Act, 1989

 Section 178 Railways Act, 1989:  Making a false report by a railway servant.—If any railway servant who is required by a railway administration to inquire into a claim for loss, destruction, damage, deterioration or non-delivery of any consignment makes a report 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 two years, or with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees, or with both. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 178 Railways Act, 1989:   Sheo Bachan Singh vs State Of Bihar on 6 August, 2009 Union Of India (Uoi) vs Firm Balwant Singh Jaswant Singh on 5 March, 1956 Shamji Bhanji And Co. vs North Western Rly. Co. on 21 December, 1945 Parveen Gaur Dwivedi vs State Of Haryana & Others on 1 June, 2018 To download this dhara / Section of Railways Act, 1989 in pdf format use chrome web browser and use keys [Ctrl + P] and

Section 177 Railways Act, 1989

Section 177 Railways Act, 1989:  False returns.—If any railway servant required to furnish a return by or under this Act, signs and furnishes a return which is false in any material particular or which he knows or believes to be false, or does not believe to be true, he shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to one year, or with fine which may extend to five hundred rupees, or with both. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 177 Railways Act, 1989:    The Code Of Criminal Procedure,1889 The New India Assurance Co. Ltd. vs Union Of India And Ors. on 9 February, 1981 To download this dhara / Section of Railways Act, 1989 in pdf format use chrome web browser and use keys [Ctrl + P] and save as pdf.

Section 176 Railways Act, 1989

 Section 176 Railways Act, 1989:  Obstructing level crossing.—If any railway servant unnecessarily— (a) allows any rolling stock to stand across a place where the railway crosses a public road on the level; or (b) keeps a level crossing closed against the public, he shall be punishable with fine which may extend to one hundred rupees. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 176 Railways Act, 1989:   Permanent vs State (Govt. Of Nct Of Delhi) on 11 January, 2019 The Code Of Criminal Procedure,1889 Aditya Singh vs Union Of India on 18 August, 2017 Union Of India (Uoi) vs State Of Punjab And Anr. on 24 April, 2007 C482/479/2021 on 16 March, 2021 To download this dhara / Section of Railways Act, 1989 in pdf format use chrome web browser and use keys [Ctrl + P] and save as pdf.

Section 175 Railways Act, 1989

 Section 175 Railways Act, 1989:  Endangering the safety of persons.—If any railway servant, when on duty, endangers the safety of any person— (a) by disobeying any rule made under this Act; or (b) by disobeying any instruction, direction or order under this Act or the rules made thereunder; or (c) by any rash or negligent act or omission, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees, or with both. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 175 Railways Act, 1989:    Sh. Tanuj Sehrawat vs Sh. Jas Karan Singh (Driver) on 15 January, 2013 Permanent vs State (Govt. Of Nct Of Delhi) on 11 January, 2019 Nakli Ram vs State Of Punjab on 13 February, 2009 Criminal Revision No.287 Of 2003 vs State Of Haryana on 11 March, 2013 Kapildev Prasad & Ors vs The State Of Bihar on 17 April, 2017 To download this dhara / Section of Railways Act, 1989 in pdf format use chr

Section 174 Railways Act, 1989

  Section 174 Railways Act, 1989:  Obstructing running of train, etc.—If any railway servant (whether on duty or otherwise) or any other person obstructs or causes to be obstructed or attempts to obstruct any train or other rolling stock upon a railway,— (a) by squatting or picketing or during any Rail roko agitation or bandh; or (b) by keeping without authority any rolling stock on the railway; or (c) by tampering with, disconnecting or interfering in any other manner with its hose pipe or tampering with signal gear or otherwise, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine which may extend to two thousand rupees, or with both Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 174 Railways Act, 1989:    Fir No.1024/15, Ps : Ndrs State vs Naru Narayan on 11 April, 2019 State vs ) Om Prakash on 19 March, 2016 Ahsan And Anohter vs State Of U.P. And Anohter on 17 February, 2021 Ashok Kumar Singh vs State Of

Section 173 Railways Act, 1989

  Section 173 Railways Act, 1989:  Abandoning train, etc., without authority.—If any railway servant, when on duty, is entrusted with any responsibility connected with the running of a train, or of any other rolling stock from one station or place to another station or place, and he abandons his duty before reaching such station or place without authority or without properly handing over such train or rolling stock to another authorised railway servant, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees, or with both. Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 173 Railways Act, 1989:   The Code Of Criminal Procedure,1889 Arun vs State on 2 August, 2018 Swami Assemanand vs National Investigation Agency on 28 August, 2014 Shesh Nath Tiwari vs State Of U.P. And Ors. on 3 August, 1998 Cyril Bertram Plucknett vs Emperor on 3 August, 1938 To download this dhara / Secti