Section 29A Indian Telegraph Act, 1885

 


Section 29A Indian Telegraph Act, 1885: 


Penalty.—If any person, without due authority,—2[29A. Penalty.—If any person, without due authority,—"

(a) makes or issues any document of a nature reasonably calculated to cause it to be believed that the document has been issued by, or under the authority of, the Director-General of 26 [Posts and Telegraphs], or

(b) makes on any document any mark in imitation of, or similar to, or purporting to be, any stamp or mark of any telegraph office under the Director-General of 26 [Posts and Telegraphs], or a mark of a nature reasonably calculated to cause it to be believed that the document so marked has been issued, by or under the authority of, the Director-General of 26 [Posts and Telegraphs], 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 29A Indian Telegraph Act, 1885:  

Sanjay Kumar Singh @ Sanjay Kumar @ vs The State Of Bihar on 21 January, 2016


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