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124. Pardon and remission.-

When any person subject to this Act has been convicted by a Security Guard Court of any offence, the Central Government or the Director-General or, in the case of a sentence, which he could have confirmed or which did not require confirmation, an officer not below the rank of a Deputy Inspector-General within whose command such person at the time of conviction was serving, or the prescribed officer may,-

(a) either with or without conditions which the person sentenced accepts, pardon the person or remit the whole or any part of the punishment awarded; or

(b) mitigate the punishment awarded; or

(c) commute such punishment for any less punishment or punishments mentioned in this Act; or

(d) either with or without conditions which the person sentenced accepts, release the person on parole.



National Security Guard Act, 1986 Back




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