|Committing, aiding, or instigating unlawful activities||Jail time up to seven years and a fine1.|
|Being a member of an unlawful association, participating in its meetings, contributing to it or assisting it||Jail time up to two years and a fine2.|
|Assisting any unlawful activity of an unlawful association||Jail time up to five years and/or a fine1.|
|Continuing to be a member of an unlawful association or voluntarily supporting it while having any unlicensed firearms, ammunition, explosive or substance capable of mass destruction, and doing an action that causes loss of human life or serious injury to any person or property||If the act leads to a person’s death – Punishable with death or life imprisonment, and a fine.In any other case – Punishable with jail time between five years and life imprisonment, along with a fine2.|
|Dealing with the funds of an unlawful association after the Government has prohibited it||Jail time up to three years and/or a fine3.|
|Violating Government orders and:
|Jail time up to one year and a fine4.|
- Section 13, Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.
- Section 10, Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.
- Section 11, Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.
- Section 12, Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.
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What are the offences and punishments under this law ?
The punishment for civil and criminal contempt is the same. When one is held guilty of contempt, they have the option to apologize to the court and save themselves from any other punishments. However, such an apology should be genuine and not merely a ruse to save oneself from punishment.