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 on 26 August, 2019

Karnataka High Court 

Union Of India vs Shefaliben Vinodbhai Shah Wife  on 18 September, 2018

Gujarat 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 

Sarla & Ors vs Union Of India on 6 October, 2016

Delhi High Court 

Vishal Kodle vs R.P.F.Post Amla Distt. Betul on 15 November, 2021

Madhya Pradesh High Court 

Jahangir Khan vs Union Of India Judgement Given By:  on 9 January, 2014

Madhya Pradesh High Court 


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