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By | January 29, 2017

Portrayal of Map of India: Whoever deliberately and un-universally delineates the wrong guide of India should be subject for their demonstration and may have fined from Ten Lac to One Hundred Crore and additionally with the detainment for a period upto seven years.

Perspective of Pakistan: Recently Pakistan Government has protested the move of india government and drew closer to United national Organization that this draft is infringement of United country Security Council determination on debated zone of Kashmir under the worldwide laws, Since Pakistan has as of now instituted the law identified with portrayal of Maps and now shouted over the India variant which having cruel provisions and hardened punishments.Licensee should keep repay to Government, for any misfortune and harms because of utilization of security considered geospatial data.

This demonstration will impact to organizations are occupied with giving guide/information administrations to people and business likes; Google Maps, Ola and Uber which is application based organization and some other identified with whatsapp, twitter and facebook wherein individuals share their area through the tab of registration and checkout, this will affect more business which exits and start-up under the different plan and activity of Government.

Keeping of Geospatial Information: If the individual wrongfully keep the geospatial data may have fined from one Crore to one hundred Crore and Imprisonment upto seven years. Spreading and dispersion of Information: whoever spread, distribute and circulate the data without having a permit might be rebuffed upto seven year and may have fined from Ten Lac to One Hundred Crore.

Data use outside India: Any data use outside India without earlier endorsement and authorization from the specialist specified in draft and if found any contradiction with International Convention, settlement or by any assention might be rebuffed with detainment upto seven year and may have fined from one Crore to one Hundred Crore.