Section 34 Police Act, 1861
Section 34 Police Act, 1861:
Punishment for certain offences on roads, etc.-- Any person who, on any road or in any 4 open place or] street or thoroughfare within the limits of any town to which this section shall be specially extended by the State Government, commits any of the following offences, to the obstructions inconvenience, annoyance, risk, danger or damage of the 5 residents or passengers] shall, on conviction before a Magistrate, be liable to fine not exceeding fifty rupees, or to imprisonment 6 with or without hard labour] not exceeding eight days; and it shall be lawful for any police- officer to take into custody, without a warrant, any person who within his view commits any of such offences, namely:- First.- Slaughtering cattle, furious riding, etc.- Any person who slaughters any cattle or cleans any carcass; any person who rides or drives any cattle recklessly or furiously, or trains or breaks any horse or other cattle:
Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 34 Police Act, 1861:
Viswapriya [India] Limited vs Government Of Tamil Nadu on 21 July, 2015
Cc 9/2012 Of Judicial First Class vs Hameed
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