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Kalegura Padma Rao & Anr vs The State of AP

Supreme Court

19/02/2007

Appeal (crl.) 222 of 2006

About/from the judgment:

We may also observe that the ground that the witness being a close relative and consequently being a partisan witness, should not be relied upon, has no substance. This theory was repelled by this Court as early as in Dalip Singh’s case (supra) in which surprise was expressed over the impression which prevailed in the minds of the Members of the Bar that relatives were not independent witnesses.

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