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Volume No - 17     Issue No - 6

It is the duty of the Court to separate the grain from the chaff and to extract the truth from the mass of evidence. In our opinion, the case of the prosecution is based on mere conjectures and surmises. The High Court and the trial Court failed to consider the abovementioned circumstances while rendering the judgment convicting the accused. The evidence brought on record by the prosecution is insufficient to prove the case against the appellant beyond reasonable doubt. For these reasons, the appeal is, therefore, allowed. The conviction and sentence passed against the appellant are set aside. The appellant is on bail. The appellant stands discharged from the bail bonds. ....

Judgement as it is


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