No evidence inculpating the accused, acquittal in 304b and 498a of IPC

No evidence inculpating the accused, acquittal in 304b and 498a of IPC

Bhola Ram vs State of Punjab

Supreme Court

11/11/2013

CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 1022 OF 2008

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The question for consideration is whether the appellant Bhola Ram was rightly convicted by both the Trial Court and the High Court for having caused the dowry death of Janki Devi an offence punishable under Section 304-B and Section 498-A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). In our opinion Bhola Ram deserves an acquittal since there is no evidence inculpating him.

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