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Sashastra Seema Bal Act, 2007


58. Punishment of persons of or below the rank of Commandant by Inspector General and others.

1.     An officer not below the rank of Inspector-General may, in the prescribed manner, proceed against an officer of or below the rank of Commandant who is charged with an offence under this Act and award one or more of the following punishments, namely:.

a.     forfeiture of seniority, or in the case of any of them whose promotion depends upon length of service, forfeiture of service for the purpose of promotion for a period not exceeding one year, but subject to the right of the accused previous to the award to elect to be tried by a Force Court;

b.    severe reprimand or reprimand;

c.     deduction from pay and allowances of any sum required to make good any proved loss or damage occasioned by the offence of which he is convicted.

2.     An officer not below the rank of Additional Deputy Inspector-General may, in the prescribed manner, proceed against a person of or below the rank of Subedar-Major or Inspector who is charged with an offence under this Act and award one or more of the following punishments, namely:.

a.     forfeiture of seniority, or in the case of any of them whose promotion depends upon the length of service, forfeiture of service for the purpose of promotion for a period not exceeding one year, but subject to the right of the accused previous to the award to elect to be tried by a Force Court;

b.    severe reprimand or reprimand;

c.     deduction from pay and allowances of any sum required to make good any proved loss or damage occasioned by the offence of which he is convicted.

3.     An officer not below the rank of Commandant may, in the prescribed manner, proceed against a person of or below the rank of Subedar-Major or Inspector who is charged with an offence under this Act and award any one or both of the following punishments, namely:.

a.     severe reprimand or reprimand;

b.    deduction from pay and allowances of any sum required to make good any proved loss or damage occasioned by the offence of which he is convicted.



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