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PRAKASHCHANDRA MARU (lawyer)     08 August 2010

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No conviction for mere demand of dowry: SC

The Supreme Court has ruled that a person cannot be convicted for merely demanding dowry unless the demand is followed by mental or physical torture resulting in the death of the victim.

A Bench of Justices R M Lodha and A K Patnaik said in a judgement that the prosecution has to establish convincing evidence that the accused had subjected the victim to torture soon before her death in connection with the demand.

I WANT  THAT CITATION  PLS INFORM IN WHICH JOURNAL IT IS  PUBLISHED  PLS PROVIDE ME  DETAILS  

REGARDS 



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PJANARDHANA REDDY (ADVOCATE & DIRECTOR)     08 August 2010

IT IS YET TO PUBLISH, I CAN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE .

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ekamber (better not stated)     09 August 2010

Amar Singh vs State Of Rajasthan I think this is the decision you are referring to

I have the same with me in pdf format, i tried to attach the same, I do not know whether I succeeded or not, if you have not got the same as attachment or otherwise you can mail me at ekamber@gmail.com

 

Hope this is what you were looking for

 

regards

ekamber


Attached File : 23 23 amar singh vs state of rajasthan.pdf downloaded: 123 times
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PJANARDHANA REDDY (ADVOCATE & DIRECTOR)     09 August 2010

NO NOT THE ABOVE-THE JUDGMNT LERND  FRIEND ASKED IS RECENT ONE DELEVERED  ON 6TH AUG 2010 BY SC

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