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Bailable Offences

Bailable Offences

 

Offences  under Penal code, 1860 which has been mentioned in 2nd schedule of the  Code of Criminal Procedure,1898  as bailable are given below-   

 

Serial no.

Offence

Section

(of Penal Code)

1.

Concealing a design to commit an offence punishable with death or transportation for life, if the offence be not committed   

118(2nd part)

2.

A public servant concealing a design to commit an offence which it is his duty to prevent, if the offence be not committed

119(Third part)

3.

Concealing a design to commit an offence punishable with imprisonment, if the offence be not committed

120(2nd part)

4.

Criminal conspiracy other than which is punishable with death, transportation or rigorous imprisonment for a term of two years or upwards

120B (2nd part)

5.

Public servant negligently suffering prisoner in his custody to escape

129

6.

Abetment of the desertion of an officer, soldier

135

7.

Harbouring an officer, soldier who has deserted

136

8.

Deserter concealed on board merchant-vessel, through negligence of master

137

9.  

Abetment of act of insuborrdination by an officer, soldier

138

10.

Wearing the dress or carrying any token used by a soldier

140

11.

Being member of an unlawful assembly

143

12.

Joining an unlawful assembly armed with any deadly weapon

144

13.

Joining in an unlawful assembly which has been commanded to disperse

145

14.

Rioting

147

15.

Rioting armed with deadly weapon

148

16.

Joining of an assembly of five or more persons after it has commanded to disperse

151

17.

Assaulting or obstrcting public servant when supressing riot, etc.

152

18.

Wantonly giving provocation with intent to cause riot

153

19.

Promoting enmity between classes

153A

20.

Inducing students to take part in political activity

153B

21.

Owner of land not giving information of riot

154

22.

Person for whose benefit riot takes place

155

23.

Agent of owner for whose benefit riot takes place

156

24.

Harbouring persons hired for an unlawful assembly

157

25.

Being hired to take part in an unlawful assembly or riot

158

26.

Committing affray

160

27.

Being a public servant and taking illegal gratification in respect of an official Act

161

28.

Taking gratification  by  illegal means to influence a public servant

162

29.

Taking gratification for the exercise of personal influence  with a public servant

163

30.

Abetment by public servant of the offences defined in  section 162 and 163 with refernce to himself

164

31.

Public servants obtaining any valuable thing  from a person concerned in any  business trnsacted by such public servant

165

32.

Abetment of offences under sections 161 and 165

165A

33.

Public servant disobeying a direction of law to cause injury to any person

166

34.

Public servant framing an incorrect document with the intent to cause injury

167

35.

Public servant unlawfully engaging in trade.

168

36.

Public servant unlawfully buying or bidding for property.

169

37.

Personating a public servant

170

38.

Wearing grab or carrying token used by public servant with fradulent  intent

171

39.

Bribery

171E

40.

Undue influence and personation at an election

171F

41.

False statement in connection with an election

171G

42.

Illegal payments with an election

171H

43.

Failure to keep election accounts

171I

44.

Absconding to avoid service of summons or other proceeding

172

45.

Preventing the service or the affixing of any summons or notice or the removal of it when it has been affixed or preventing a proclamation.

 

173

46.

Disobeying a legal order to attend at a certain place

174

47.

Intentionally ommiting to produce a document to a public servant by a person legally bound to produce or deliver such document.

175

48.

Intentionally ommiting to give notice or information   to a public servant by a person legally bound to give such notice or information.

176

49.

Knowingly furnising false information to a public servant

177

50.

Refusing oath when duly required to take oath by a public servant.

178

51.

Being legally bound to state truth and refusing to answer questions.

179

52.

Refusing to sign a statement made to a public servant when legally required to do so.

180

53.

Knowingly stating to a public servant on oath as true that which is false.

181

54.

Giving false information to a public servant

182

55.

Resistance to the taking of property by the lawful authority of a public servant.

183

56.

Obstructing sale of property  by authority of a public servant

184

57.

Bidding by a person under a legal incapacity to purchase it, or bidding without intending to perform  the obligations incurred thereby.

185

58.

Obstructing  public servant in discharging of his public functions.

186

59.

Omission to assist public servant

187

60.

Disobedience to an order lawfully promulgated by a public servant

188

61.

Threatening a public servant with injury to him to induce him to do or for bear to do any official act

189

62.

Threatening any person to induce him to refrain from making a legal application for protection from injury. 

190

63.

Giving false evidence in a judicial proceeding

193

64.

 

 Knowingly issuing or signing a false certificate.

197

65.

Using as a true certificate one known to be false in a material point.

198

66.

False statement made in any declaration

199

67.

Using as true any such declaration known to be false.

200

68.

Causing disappearance of evidence of an offence committed or giving false information touching it to screen the offender.

201

69.

Intentional omission to give information of an offence by a person

202

70.

Giving false information respecting an offence committed.

203

71.

Destroying document to prevent its production as evidence

204

72.

False personation for the purpose of any act or prosecution

205

73.

Fradulent concealment of property to prevent its seizure as a forfeiture.

206

74.

Claiming property without right to prevent its being taken as forfeiture.

207

75.

Fraudulently suffering a decree to pass a sum not due.

208

76.

False claim in a Court of Justice.

209

77.

Fraudulently  obtaining a decree to pass a sum not due.

210

78.

False charge of an offence

211

79.

Harbouring an offender

212

80.

Taking gift, etc to screen an offender from punishment.

213

81.

Offering gift in consideration of screening offender

214

82.

Taking gift to help to recover moveable property

215

83.

Harbouring an offender.

216

84.

Harbouring robbers or dacoits.

216A

85.

Public servant disobeying a direction of law to save person from punishment or property from forfeiture.

217

86.

Public servant framing an incorrect record intentionally.

218

87.

Corruptly making or pronouncing order in a judicial proceeding

219

88.

Commitment for trial or confinement by a person  having authority who knows that he is acting contrary to law

220

89.

Intentional omission to apprehend on the part of a public servant bound by law to apprehend and offender

221

90.

Escape from confinement negligently suffered by a public servant

 

223

91.

Resistance or obstruction by a person to his lawful apprehension

 

224

92.

Resistance or obstruction by a person to his lawful apprehension of another person or rescuing from lawful custody

 

225

93.

Omission to apprehend or sufferance of escape, on part of public servant.

225A

94.

Resistance or obstruction to lawful apprehension or escape or rescue

225B

95.

Violation of condition of remission of punishment

227

96.

Intentional insult of interruotion to a public servant sitting in stage of a proceeding

228

97.

Personation of a juror or assessor

 

229

98.

Counterfeiting a Government stamp

 

255

99.

Having possession of an instrument for counterfeiting a Government stamp

256

100.

Making, buying or selling  instrument for counterfeiting a Government stamp

257

101.

Sale of counterfeit Government stamp

258

102.

Having possession of counterfeit Government stamp

259

103.

Using as genuine a Government stamp known to be counterfeit

260

104.

Efficacing any written from a substance bearing a Government stamp, or removing from a document a stamp used for it .

261

105.

Using a Government stamp known to have been before used

 

262

106.

Erasure of mark denoting that stamp has been used

 

263

107.

Fictitious stamps 

263A

108.

Use of false instrument for weighing

264

109.

Use of false weigh or measure

265

110.

Being in possession of false weights or measures for fradulent use

266

111.

Making or selling of false weights or measures for fradulent use

267

112.

Negligently doing any act known to be likely to spread infection of any disease dangerous to life

269

113.

Malignantly doing any act known to be likely to spread infection of any disease dangerous to life

270

114.

knowingly disobeying any quarantine rule

271

115.

Adultering food or drink intended for sale so as to make the same noxious

272

116.

Selling any food or drink as food or drink knowing the same as to be noxious

273

117.

Adultering any drug or medical preparation intended for sale

274

118.

Offering for sale of any drug or medical preparaation known to have been adultered

275

119.

Knowing selling of any drug or medical preparation as a different drug or medical preparation

276

120.

Defiling the water of a public spring or reservoir

277

121.

Making atmosphere noxious to health

278

122.

Driving or riding on a public way so rashly or negligently as to endanger human life, etc.

279

123.

Navigating any vessel so rashly or negligently as to endanger human life, etc.

280

124.

Exhibition of a false light, mark or buoy

281

125.

Conveying for hire any person by water, in a vessel in such a state, or so loaded as to endanger his life.

282

126.

Causing danger, obstruction or injury in any public way or line of navigation

283

127.

Dealing with any poisonous substance so as to endanger human life, etc.

284

128.

Dealing with fire or any combustible matter so as endanger human life, etc.

285

129.

Negligently dealing with any explosive substance

286

130.

Negligently dealing with any machinery

287

131.

A person omitting to guard against probable danger to human life by the fall of any building ovhe which he has a right entitling him to pull it down or repair it.

288

132.

A person omitting to take order with any animal in his possession, so as to guard against danger to human life, or of grievous hurt, from such animal.

289

133.

Committing public nuisance

 

290

134.

Continuance of nuisance after injunction to discontinue

 

291

135.

Sale, etc. of obsence books, etc.

 

292

136.

Sale, etc. of obsence objects to young persons.

293

137.

Obsence songs

294

138.

Keeping a lottery office

294A

139.

Offering of prize in connection with trade, etc.

294B

140.

Destroying, damaging or defiling a place of worship or sacred object

295

141.

Causing a disturbance to an assembly engaged in religious worship

296

142.

Trespassing in place of worship

297

143.

Uttering any word etc. to wound religious feeling of anyone

298

144.

Causing death by rash or negligent act 

304A

145.

Causing death by rash driving or riding on a public way

304B

146.

Attempt to commit culpable homicide

308

147.

Attempt to commit homicide

309

148.

Causing miscarriage

312

149.

Abondoning a child under 12 years of age by parents

317

150.

Concealment of birth by secret disposal of dead body

318

151.

Voluntarily causing hurt

323

152.

Voluntarily causing  hurt by dangerous weapon

324

153.

Voluntarily cauisng grevious hurt

325

154.

Voluntarily causing hurt to extort confession or information or to compel restoration of property etc.

330

155.

Voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from his duty

332

156.

Voluntarily causing hurt on grave and sudden provocation

334

157.

Causing hurt on grave and sudden provocation

335

158.

Doing any act which endangers human life or the personal safety of others

336

159.

Causing hurt by act which endangers human life, etc.

337

160.

Causing grievous  hurt by act which endangers human life, etc.

338

161.

Causing grievous  hurt by rash driving or riding on a public way

338A

162.

Wrongfully restraining any person

341

163.

Wrongfully confining any person

342

164.

Wrongfully confining  for three or more days

343

165.

Wrongfully confining  for ten or more days

 

344

166.

Keeping any person in wrongful confinement, knowing that a writ has been issued for his liberation

345

167.

Wrongfully confining  in secret

346

168.

Wrongful confinement for the purpose of extorting property

 

347

169.

Wrongful confinement for the purpose of extorting confession or information property or of compelling restorationof property

 

348

170.

Assault or use of criminal force otherwise than on grave provocation

 

352

171.

Assault or use of criminal force to a woman to outrage her modesty

354

172.

Assault or use of criminal force with intent  to dishonour  a person

355

173.

Assault or use of criminal force in attempt wrongfully to confine a person

357

174.

Assault or use of criminal force on grave or sudden provocation

358

175.

Kidnapping

363

176.

Buying or disposing of any person as a slave

370

177.

Unlawful compulsory labour

374

178.

Sexual intercourse by a man with his own wife

376 (2nd part)

179.

Extortion

384

180.

Extortion by threat of accusation of an offence

388

181.

Putting a person in fear of accusation of offence

389

182.

Cheating

417

183.

Cheating by a person whose interest the offender was bound

418

184.

Cheating by personation

419

185.

Cheating and thereby dishonestly inducing delivery of property

420

186.

Fradulent removal or concealment of property etc. to prevent distribution among creditors

421

187.

Fraudulent preventing from being made available for his creditors a debt or demand due to offender

422

188.

Fraudulent execution of deed of transfer containing a false statement of consideration

423

189.

Fradulent removal or concealment of property

424

190.

Mischief

426

191.

Causing damage to the amount of 50 taka or upwards  by mischief

427

192.

Mischief by killing, poisoning, maiming or rendering useless any animal of the value of ten taka or upwards

428

193.

Mischief by killing, poisoning or rendering useless any animal

429

194.

Mischief by causing diminution of supply of water for agricultural purpose

430

195.

Mischief by injury to public road,  bridge etc.

431

196.

Mischief by causing inundation or obstruction to public drainage, attended with damage

432

197.

Mischief by destroying  lighthouse or sea-make, or by exhibiting false lighthouse

433

198.

Mischief by destroying or moving etc. landmark fixed by public authority

434

199.

Mischief by fire or explosive substance with intent to cause damage

435

200.

Criminal trespass

447

201.

House trespass

448

202.

House trespass to commit an offence punishable with imprisonment

451( 1st part)

203.

Dishonestly breaking any closed receptacle which contains property

461

204.

Being entrusted with any closed receptacle which contains property and fraudulently opening the same

462

205.

Negligent conduct of bank officers and employees

462A

206.

Defrauding banking company

462B

207.

Forgery to harm the reputation of any person

 

469

208.

Using as genuine a forged document which is known to be forged

471

209.

Making or counterfeiting a seal, plate etc. to commit a forgery punishable under section 467 of the Penal Code

472

210.

Making or counterfeiting a seal, plate etc. to commit a forgery punishable otherwise than  under section 467 of the Penal Code

473

211.

Having possession of a document, knowing it to be forged to use it as genuine

474

212.

Counterfeiting a device or marked used for authenticating documents

475

213.

Falsification of accounts

477A

214.

Using false trade or property mark to deceive or injure any person

482

215.

Counterfeiting a trade or property mark used by another to cause damage or injury

483

216.

Counterfeiting a trade or property mark used by a public servant or any mark used by him to denote the manufacture, quality etc., of any property.

484

217.

Making or having possession of any die, plate or other instrument for counterfeiting any property or trade mark

485

218.

Selling goods marked with a counterfeit property or trademark

486

219.

Making a false make upon any package or receptacle containing goods

487

220.

Making use of any  false mark

488

221.

Removing, destroying or defacing any property mark to cause injury

489

222.

Possession of forged or counterfeit currency-notes or bank-notes

489C

223.

Being bound to attend on or supply the wants of a person who is helpless from youth, unsoundness of mind or disease and voluntarily omitting to do so.

491

224.

Marrying again during the life-time of a husband or wife

494

225.

Concealment of the former marriage from the person with whom subsequent marriage is contracted

495

226.

Fraudulently going through the ceremony of being married knowing that he is not thereby lawfully married

496

227.

Adultery

497

228.

Enticing or taking away a married women

498

229.

Defamation

500

230.

Printing or engaving matter knowing it to be defamatory

501

231.

Sale of printed or engraved, substance containing defamatory matter

502

232.

Insult to breach of peace

504

233.

Criminal intimidation

506

234.

Criminal intimidation by anonymous communication or having taken precaution to conceal whence the threat comes

507

235.

Act caused by inducing a person to believe that he will be rendered an object of Divine displeasure

508

236.

Uttering any word or making any gesture to insult the modesty of a women

509

237.

Appearing in a public place in a sate of intoxication and causing annoyance to any person

510

 

Offence which is punishable under other laws except Penal Code, is bailable if punishable with imprisonment for less than two years or with fine only.