Section 21 Indian Telegraph Act, 1885


Section 21 Indian Telegraph Act, 1885: 

Using unauthorised telegraphs.—If any person, knowing or having reason to believe that a telegraph has been established or is maintained or worked; in contravention of this Act, transmits or receives any message by such telegraph, or performs any service incidental thereto, or delivers any message for transmission by such telegraph or accepts delivery of any message sent thereby, he shall be punished with fine which may extend to fifty rupees.


Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 21 Indian Telegraph Act, 1885:  

State Of Maharashtra vs Bharat Shanti Lal Shah & Ors on 1 September, 2008

Amar Singh vs Union Of India & Ors on 11 May, 2011

Shri M.L. Jaggi vs Mahanagar Telephones Nigam Ltd. on 2 January, 1996

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