Quiz: How Much Do You Know The National Security Act 1980?

Questions : 10 | Total Attempts: 605 | Recent Updated: 15-May-2020
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The National Security Act is a law relating to giving more power to the government for the security of the country. This law empowers the Central and State governments and the District Officer to detain any suspected citizen. If the government feels that a person is obstructing the law and order in running it smoothly. Then may order to take him into custody. This law can also be used by the District Magistrate, Commissioner of Police, State Government within its limited scope. Let's get well knowledge about The National Security Act.

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1. During which government was the National Security Act enacted?

A. Government of Indira Gandhi

B. Government of Atal Bihari Vajpayee

C. Government of Dr. Manmohan Singh

D. Government of Modi

2. Which is the other name of the National Security Act?

A. RASUKA

B. SUKARNO

C. RASUKANUN

D. None of these

3. When was the National Security Act enacted?

A. 23 September 1880

B. 23 September 1980

C. 23 September 1990

D. 23 September 1920

4. Under the National Security Act-1980 (NSA), how many months can a suspect be jailed without any charges?

A. Up to 02 months

B. Up to 10 months

C. Up to 12 months

D. Up to 09 months

5. It Contains ------------------ sections.

A. 08 sections

B. 18 sections

C. 28 sections

D. 10 sections

6. Under the NSA, for how many days can people be detained without disclosing the charges against him?

A. 01 days

B. 10 days

C. 11 days

D. 12 days

7. A person detained under the NSA has dose not right to ------------------.

A. Bail

B. File

C. Proclamation

D. All of the above

8. A person detained under the NSA cannot take the help of the-------------.

A. Lawyers

B. Article 22

C. Article 21

D. All of the above

9. Under which Criminal Procedure Code (Cr. PC) arrested person has the right to be informed of the grounds of such arrest?

A. Section 22

B. Section 21

C. Section 50

D. Section 65

10. Under which section the arrestee has the right to bail?

A. Section 56

B. Section 76

C. Both of the above

D. None of these


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