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It is true that the deceased had been brutally assaulted and had received multiple injuries on vital parts but, on the evidence as adduced by the prosecution, it is difficult to conclude beyond reasonable doubt that the appellants alone were the authors of such injuries. In view of above, we find it to be a fit case for interference in the concurrent findings of the Trial Court and High Court. This appeal succeeds and is allowed. The appellants are acquitted as such. If the appellants are in custody, they be released immediately.

Judgement as it is


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