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ILC-2015-SC-CRL-Jan-4

Vinod Kumar Vs. State of Haryana

Head Note

Indian Penal Code,1860  - Section 363 , Section 109 , Section 364-A , The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973  - Section 313

Kidnapping for Ransom - Appeal against Conviction - Plea of the appellant-accused in the statement recorded under Section 313 CrPC that he had written the letters for ransom being pressurized by the police - He had not made that allegation when the letters were shown to him by the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, PW-11, and in fact he had admitted the correctness of the letters - In the cross-examination of the witnesses barring a bald question to PW-12, nothing has been put with regard to the letters - Appellant had identified the letters and admitted his signature - Nothing has been elicited in the cross-examination - Similarly, there has been really no cross-examination of any of the witnesses that the letters were written under pressure of police - In the absence of cross-examination of the witness, barring a bald suggestion to PW-12, held that the appellant was the author of the letters and the same were not written under any pressure.

Topic(s)-Kidnapping for Ransom - Conviction upheld

Important Decision(s)- There has been really no cross-examination of any of the witnesses that the letters were written under pressure of police - In the absence of cross-examination of the witness, barring a bald suggestion to PW-12, held that the appellant was the author of the letters and the same were not written under any pressure.







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