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RAPE
HC of RAJASTHAN at JODHPUR

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2017-03-31
S.B. Crml Leave to Appeal No 41 of 2017J. P.K. LohraState of Rajasthan vs GaneshIPC 376

HC acquitted accused in Rape case filled by wife against who filled DOwry case too

Key observations at HC are (1) Learned trial Court has also noticed serious contradictions and inconsistencies in the statements of prosecutrix and further found that the other prosecution witnesses have not corroborated her version. also taken note of …compromise which was arrived at between prosecutrix and her in-law’s family pursuant to a case registered by her under Section 498A IPC..”

(2) Her version is not supported by other prosecution witnesses.”

(3) A glaring fact, that at the time of occurrence of incident, other family members including husband of the prosecutrix, were present but on her raising alarm, neighbours came at the site but none of the family members responded to her alarm, also creates serious doubts about the occurrence of alleged incident..

(4) There is yet another aspect of the matter that husband of the prosecutrix himself has appeared in the witness box as defence witness and has completely disowned the entire incident.
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