Section 6 Protection Of Civil Rights Act, 1955


Section 6 Protection Of Civil Rights Act, 1955: 

 Punishment for refusing to sell goods to render services. Whoever on the ground of" untouchability" refuses to sell any goods or refuses to render any- service to any person at. the same time and place and on the same terms and conditions at or on which such goods are sold or services are rendered to other persons in the ordinary course of business 1 shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term of not less than one month and not more than six months and also with fine which shall be not less than one hundred rupees and not more than five hundred rupees.


Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 6 Protection Of Civil Rights Act, 1955:  

Rajendra Yadav vs State Of U.P. Thru. Secretary on 3 July, 2010

Allahabad High Court 

Dalip Singh vs Faquir Singh And Another on 16 May, 1996

Punjab-Haryana High Court 

Laxman Jayaram Shant vs The State Of Maharashtra on 17 April, 1980

Bombay High Court 

Bharatinath Namdeo Gavand vs Lakhsman Mali And Ors. on 9 January, 2006

Bombay High Court

Veeru @ Virendra Rai vs Principal Secretary The State Of on 15 September, 2014

Madhya Pradesh High Court 

Syed Gafar vs The Divisional Commissioner,  on 12 September, 1997

Karnataka High Court 

Rupabhai Bhalabhai Bharwad vs State Of Gujarat And Anr. on 23 November, 1993

Gujarat High Court 

Baste Subrayalu vs Robert Mariadassou And Ors. on 11 February, 1986

Madras High Court 

Shantabai And Another vs State Of Maharashtra on 24 August, 1981

Bombay High Court 

A.D.C.Gurusamy vs Union Of India on 26 September, 2007

Madras High Court 

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