Agitation for An Amendment of the Law Dealing With Insults to Religion in Consequence of the Judgment of Justice Daleep Singh of the Punjab High Court in the Rangila Rasul Case. Insertion of A New Clause (Section 295-A) in the Indian Penal Code to Deal With Intentional Insult to Religion. Judgments of the Punjab High Court in the Rangila Rasul and Vartman Cases and of the Calcutta High Court in the Hindu Punch Case, Relating to the Publication of Matter Offensive to Religion. Passing Olthe Criminal Law Amendment ACT, , XXV of 1927, (Religions Insults Bill) by the Indian LEGISLATIVE . Notes Regarding the Powers of A Local Government Or A High Court to Give Any Directions to Magistrates Empowered Under Section 30 of the Code of Criminal Procedure

Type Of Document Digitized Document
Keywords H.G. Haig
Department Home Political
From Year / Date
(YYYY-MM-DD)
1927
To Year / Date
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1927
Date Uploaded (YYYY-MM-DD) 2018-11-27
Organization National Archives of India
Identifier PR_000003034877
File No. HOME_POLITICAL_NA_1927_NA_F_132
Location Repository II
File Size 30.7
Pages 203
Collection Digitized Public Records
Home Political
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