Isham Lal And Others vs State Of Chhattisgarh

Excerpt: Chattisgarh High Court Isham Lal And Others vs State Of Chhattisgarh 3 ... on 5 March, 2020 1 NAFR HIGH COURT OF CHHATTISGARH, BILASPUR Judgment reserved on : 16/01/2020 Judgment delivered on : 05/03/2020 CRA No. 241 of 2003 1. Ishamlal, son of Ishwar Lal Sahu, aged about 44 years, 2. Smt. Sarita Bai, … Continue reading Isham Lal And Others vs State Of Chhattisgarh

State Of Rajasthan vs Teg Bahadur

Excerpt: It is equally settled law that the evidence of a hostile witness would not be totally rejected if spoken in favour of the prosecution or the accused, but it can be subjected to close scrutiny and that portion of the evidence which is consistent with the case of the prosecution or defence may be … Continue reading State Of Rajasthan vs Teg Bahadur

Ajit Poddar vs The State Of Bihar

Excerpt:The prosecution has also not given plausible explanation regarding non-lodging of F.I.R. directly after getting the information of the occurrence. It also appears to be not believable that once the complainant had got an information that the dead body of his daughter, with a view to conceal the evidence, was thrown in Koshi river tying … Continue reading Ajit Poddar vs The State Of Bihar

Pramod S/O Badriprasad Pal vs The State Of Mah

Excerpt:   If at all it was the case of the prosecution witnesses that the Deepa was subjected to cruelty soon before her death, it is not clear as to why the parents of Deepa had not lodged any complaint in the police station that Deepa was ill-treated by the accused and the ill-treatment was … Continue reading Pramod S/O Badriprasad Pal vs The State Of Mah

need more than prima facie evidence to summon additional accused under crpc 319

Excerpt: Considering the fact that there was bald allegation of general in nature against the petitioners, who have separate living and the investigating officer after thorough investigation did not find sufficient evidence, has not filed the charge sheet against them, but the trial court merely on the basis of the reiteration of the allegation in … Continue reading need more than prima facie evidence to summon additional accused under crpc 319