Do I have to bear a penalty in case of margin shortfall?

Do I have to bear a penalty in case of margin shortfall?

Yes, if margin shortfall is due to insufficient margins resulting from position taken against 80% margin released against sell and such sell position is subsequently bought back. Further, the penalty will also be applicable in case of derivatives hedge positions are squared off without following the sequence of higher margin requirement position being squared-off first.
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