Section 147 in The Sashastra Seema Bal Act, 2007
Title: Computation of period of sentence
Any period during which the sentence is under suspension shall be reckoned as part of the term of such sentence.
Title: Order after suspension of sentence
The authority or officer specified in section 144 may, at any time while a sentence is suspended, order–
(a) that the offender be committed to undergo the unexpired portion of the sentence; or
(b) that the sentence be remitted.
Title: Reconsideration of case after suspension of sentence
(1) Where a sentence has been suspended, the case may at any time, and shall at intervals of not more than four months, be reconsidered by the authority or officer not below the rank of an Additional Deputy Inspector-General duly authorised by the authority or officer specified in section 144.
(2) Where on such reconsideration by the officer so authorised, it appears to him that the conduct of offender since his conviction has been such as to justify a remission of sentence, he shall refer the matter to the authority or officer specified in section 144.
Title: Fresh sentence after suspension
Where an offender, while a sentence on him is suspended under this Act, is sentenced for any other offence, then–
(a) if the further sentence is also suspended under this Act, the two sentences shall run concurrently;
(b) If the further sentence is for a period of three months or more and is not suspended under this Act, the offender shall also be committed to prison or Force custody for the unexpired portion of the previous sentence, but both sentences shall run concurrently; and
(c) If the further sentence is for a period of less than three months and is not suspended under this Act, the offender shall be so committed on that sentence only, and the previous sentence shall, subject to any order which may be passed under section 148 or section 149, continue to be suspended
Title: Scope of power of suspension of sentence
The powers conferred by sections 144 and 148 shall be in addition to, and not in derogation of, the power of mitigation, remission and commutation.