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Report No. 43

25. Dissuasion from enlisting and instigation to mutiny or insubordination after enlistment.-


(a) with intent to affect adversely the recruitment of persons to serve in the armed forces of the Union, dissuades or attempts to dissuade the public or any person from entering any such forces, or

(b) without dissuading or attempting to dissuade from entering such forces, instigates the public or any person to do, after entering any such force, anything which is punishable as mutiny or insubordination under the law relating to that armed force, shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both.

Explanation.-The provisions of clause (a) do not extend to comment on, or criticism of, the policy of the Government in connection with the armed forces, made in good faith without any intention of dissuading from enlistment, or to advice given in good faith for the benefit of the individual to whom it is given, or of any member of his family, or of any of his dependants.

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