Section 24 Indian Telegraph Act, 1885
Section 24 Indian Telegraph Act, 1885:
Unlawfully attempting to learn contents of messages.—If any person does any of the acts mentioned in section 23 with the intention of unlawfully learning the contents of any message or of committing any offence punishable under this Act, he may (in addition to the fine with which he is punishable under section 23) be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year.
Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 24 Indian Telegraph Act, 1885:
G. Lakshmi Ammal vs Elumalai Chettiar And Ors. on 30 April, 1980
B.S.N.L vs Telecom Regulatory Auth.Of India on 6 December, 2013
Divyang R. Parikh vs State Of Gujarat on 8 April, 1997
Thota Suresh Babu, vs The State Of Andhra Pradesh, on 30 December, 2020
Powergrid Corporation Of India vs K.Radhakrishnan on 6 April, 2011
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