Gold Smuggling With Intent To Threaten Economic Security Of Country A ' Terrorist Act' Under UAPA : Rajasthan High Court:
The Rajasthan High Court has seen that the offence of gold carrying with the purpose to compromise or prone to undermine the monetary security of the nation covered under the meaning of 'fear monger act' under Section 15 of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, 1967(UAPA). The Court said that such a movement will go under Section 15(I)(iii)(a) of the Act. Segment 15(I)(iii)(a) of UAPA makes reference to exercises with goal to compromise or prone to undermine the financial security of the nation causing "harm to, the money related solidness of India via creation or pirating or course of top notch fake Indian paper cash, coin or of some other material".
A solitary seat of Justice Satish Kumar Sharma mentioned this observable fact while suppress to reject a FIR under UAPA in a request recorded under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure Code. "Under Section 15(I)(a)(iii)(a) of the Act of 1967, the pirating of gold with expectation to compromise or prone to undermine the monetary security of the nation is a lot of covered under the carrying of "some other material" Thus, the dispute of the solicitor in such manner isn't legitimate", the seat saw for the situation Mohammed Aslam versus Union of India and another.