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Practice Relating to Rule 154. Obedience to Superior Orders
Under India’s Army Act (1950) and under other laws applicable to coast guards and border police forces, disobedience to a lawful order is an offence. 
India, Army Act, 1950, Section 41; Coast Guards Act, 1978, Section 20; Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force Act, 1992, Section 23.
The Report on the Practice of India, referring to provisions of the Army Act, Coast Guard Act and Indo-Tibetan Boarder Police Force Act, states that it is “possible to deduce from these provisions a right to disobey unlawful orders given by superior officials/authorities because the relevant provisions very clearly provide that a person is not supposed to wilfully defy ‘lawful’ orders or commands given by the superiors”. 
Report on the Practice of India, 1997, Chapter 6.8.