Indian Kanoon- IPC Section 138A
Application of foregoing sections to the Indian Marine Service
Rep. by the Amending Act, 1934 (35 of 1934), s. 2.
Repealed by the Amending Act, 1934 (35 of 1934), s. 2.
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