القاعدة ذات الصلة
Bangladesh
Practice Relating to Rule 154. Obedience to Superior Orders
Bangladesh’s Army Act (1952), as amended to 2006, states:
(1) Any person subject to this Act who disobeys[,] in such a manner as to show a wilful defiance of authority[,] a lawful command given personally by his superior officer, knowing or having reason to believe him to be such, shall, on conviction by court martial, be punished with rigorous imprisonment for a term which may extend to fourteen years, or with such less punishment as is in this Act mentioned.
(2) Any person subject to this Act who disobeys the lawful command of his superior officer, knowing or having reason to believe him to be such, shall, on conviction by court martial, if he commits such offence on active service, be punished with rigorous imprisonment for a term which may extend to fourteen years, or with such less punishment as is in this Act mentioned. 
Bangladesh, Army Act, 1952, as amended to 2006, Article 33.
Bangladesh’s Air Force Act (1953), as amended to 1978, states:
(1) Any person subject to this Act who disobeys[,] in such manner as to show a wilful defiance of authority[,] any lawful command given personally by his superior officer in the execution of his office whether the same is given orally or in writing or by signal or otherwise shall, on conviction by court-martial, be liable to suffer long imprisonment.
(2) Any person subject to this Act, who disobeys any lawful command given by his superior officer shall, on conviction by court-martial, if he commits such offence when on active service, be liable to suffer long imprisonment. 
Bangladesh, Air Force Act, 1953, as amended to 1978, Article 41.
Bangladesh’s Navy Ordinance (1961), as amended to 1986, states that any “person subject to this Ordinance who wilfully disobeys any lawful command of his superior officer (by whatever means communicated to him), shall be liable to suffer long imprisonment.” 
Bangladesh, Navy Ordinance, 1961, as amended to 1986, Article 40.