498a and related sections

Ramesh Chander vs State of Delhi

Delhi HC


CRL.A. No.526/2002

About/from the judgment:

Presumption u/s 113B evidence act can be drawn only when 304B IPC proven!


The presumption under Section 113B of the Evidence Act can be drawn only where the ingredients of Section 304B IPC are fulfilled. The prosecution has failed to establish the necessary ingredient of dowry death i.e. cruelty or harassment meted out to the deceased by the appellant what to say soon before her death. As mentioned above, the prosecution has failed to prove the chain of necessary ingredients to raise the presumption under Section 113B of the Indian Evidence Act.

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