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Monday, 25 December 2017 - 9:09
Fine for vandalizing archaeological property increased
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The Department of Archaeology has decided to amend the Archaeological Act, to 2 million rupees if an archaeological property is vandalized.
 
At present offenders are liable to be fined 50,000 rupees or be sentenced to 2 years of imprisonment.
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