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Vague and oral evidence is not enough, acquitted in Section 304B IPC

Supreme Court of India CASE NO.: Appeal (crl.) 834 of 1997 PETITIONER: Surinder Kaur Anr. RESPONDENT: State of Haryana DATE OF JUDGMENT: 25/02/2004 BENCH: N.Santosh Hegde B.P.Singh. JUDGMENT: J U D G M E N T SANTOSH HEGDE,J. Two appellants and 3 others were charged before the Additional Sessions…

498a Quash – Vague allegations

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY BENCH AT AURANGABAD Criminal Writ Petition No. 464 of 2007 1) Dr. Suryakant Anandrao Deshmukh, Age 34 years, Occupation: Service Medical Officer, R/o Civil Hospital Parbhani, C/o Shree Orthopaedics Hospital, Wasmat Road, In front of Vasantrao Naik…


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