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Real Soul.... (LEGAL)     23 March 2020

What you want ? Fine ro jail ...will be facillitated..


Joy Bose   23 March 2020


Penalty. Any person disobeying any regulation or order made under this Act shall be deemed to have committed an offence punishable under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860 ).

Section 188 IPC

Offence : Disobedience to an order lawfully promulgated by a public servant, If such disobedience causes obstruction, annoyance or injury to persons lawfully employed

Punishment : Simple Imprisonment for 1 Month or Fine or Both

Cognizance : Cognizable

Bail : Bailable

Triable : Any Magistrate

Joy Bose
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Akshay (Advocate)     23 March 2020


Thank you for your question

Agree with Joy Bose, but wants to add more :

Punishment under sec188 of IPC,1860- Para II -Imprisonment 6 months, or fine of 1000 rupees, or both-Cognizable-Bailable-Triable by any Magistrate-Non-compoundable.

Hope this will help you

Best regards,

Akshay Gupta

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Karishma Yadav   23 March 2020

Epidemic disease Act, 1897 is to provide for the prevention of spread of dangerous epidemic disease. 1. Section 2(1) of the act empowers the state government to take any measure to prevent the outbreak of any dangerous epidemic disease by issuing a public notice. 2. Section 2(2) gives the power to inspect people travelling by railway or otherwise and segregate people infected by such disease without prejudice to the generality. 3. Section 3 states if a person disobeys any regulation made under this act will be punished under Section 188 of IPC. Section 188 of IPC, 1860- (i) Whoever disobeys an order promulgated by a public servant causes obstruction, injury or annoyance to the person lawfully employed, will be punished with a simple imprisonment of upto one month or fine of upto 200 rupees or both. (ii) If such disobedience causes of trends to cause danger to human life, health or safety, will be punished with imprisonment of upto 6 months or fine of upto 1000 rupees or both. - it is a cognizable and bailable offence.
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