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PENALTY: 2 Years Jail Rail Roko Agitation and Punishment To Railway Servant as Per Railway Act 1989

 ड्यूटी सें भागने पर 2 साल की जेल रेल कर्मचारी को, TTE कोच सें गायब रहते है उन पर भी लागू..

There is penalty and Jail of 2 years for Rail Roko agitation as per section 174 of  railway act 1989 .
174. If any railway servant (whether on dUty or otherwise) or any' other person obstructs or causes to be obstructed or attempts to obstitict any train or other rolling stock upon-alrailWay,— (a) by squatting or picketing or during rai1 roko .agita:tion or bandh; or (b) by keeping without authorityany, rolling stock on the railway; or (c) by tampering with, disconneeting-or interfering in way Other manner with its hose pipe or tampering with signal gear or otherwise, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for a terra which may extend to two years,, or with fine which May extend to two thousand rupees, or with both. 


 There is also punishment for railway servant for not discharging their duties as per directions of law.
2 years Jail for leaving his duty as on train without permission section 173.

173. If any railway servant,' when on 'duty, is entrusted with any responsibility connected with the running -of a train; teof any other rolling stock from one station or, place to another station or_ place, and he abandons his duty before reaching such station or place without authority, or without properly handing over such train or rolling stock to another authorised railway servant, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees, or with both.


175. If -any railway servant;-when on duty endanger the safety of any person— (a) by disobeying any rule made under this Act; or (b) by disobeying any instruction, direction or order under this Act or the rules made thereunder; or SEC. THE GAZE! i h:OF INDIA EXTRAORDINARY `(c)•by rash. Or -.negligent..act or: omission,— he shall be punishable with imprisonment..for A term which may extend to two years or with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees, or both

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