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Dondiba Kalal vs State of Karnataka

Supreme Court

AIR 1980 SC 1753: (1980) Supp SCC 336

About/from the judgment:

Prosecution can't gain from silence of accused!


It is for the prosecution to prove it's case affirmative and it cannot gain any strength from the conduct of the accused in remaining silent.

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