In every case in which sentence of imprisonment for life shall have been passed, the appropriate Government may, without the consent of the offender, commute the punishment for imprisonment of either description for a term not exceeding fourteen years.
Whenever the offender is awarded with life imprisonment then the appropriate government without gaining consent of the offender can award imprisonment up to 14 years.
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