According to the Child Labour Act, those employing children below 14 years of age for any work, except where a child is helping the family post-school hours or during vacation, can get up to a two-year imprisonment and a maximum fine of Rs 50,000.

According to the Child Labour Act, those employing children below 14 years of age for any work, except where a child is helping the family post-school hours or during vacation, can get up to a two-year imprisonment and a maximum fine of Rs 50,000.

According to the Child Labour Act, those employing children below 14 years of age for any work, except where a child is helping the family post-school hours or during vacation, can get up to a two-year imprisonment and a maximum fine of Rs 50,000.

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