Section 25 Indian Telegraph Act, 1885

 Section 25 Indian Telegraph Act, 1885: 

Intentionally damaging or tampering with telegraphs.—If any person, intending—

(a) to prevent or obstruct the transmission or delivery of any message, or

(b) to intercept or to acquaint himself with the contents of any message, or

(c) to commit mischief, damages, removes, tampers with or touches any battery, machinery, telegraph lines, post or other thing whatever, being part of or used in or about any telegraph or in the working thereof, he shall be punished 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 25 Indian Telegraph Act, 1885:  

Shri B.S. Meena vs Unknown on 30 March, 2013

Shri B.S. Meena vs Unknown on 20 March, 2013

Satish Chand Singhal vs State Of Rajasthan on 16 July, 2007

Anurag Singh vs The State (Through Nct Of Delhi) on 18 April, 2006

R. M. Malkani vs State Of Maharashtra on 22 September, 1972

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