this is interesting indeed, well, if you have read the order carefully, you have been given the benefit of the doubt by the judge himself,
you see, the judge himself is saying that the prosecution has not presented the documents in order to prove the case beyond reasonable doubt, so, if they have not produced it, you should be able to get the benefit of the doubt. since the judge himself is agreeing to the fact that a criminal case has to be proved beyond doubt, the documents being stated by the witnesses but not being produced creates doubt whether the allegations made are true or not.
second thing you can do is go against the order in session court, challenge it. i am sure, you will get some kind of relief. i think this is a good thing. but let my seniors give their views regarding my observation and see where it goes.