Whether voice identification can be deemed as admissible evidence as per the provisions of the Evidence Act.
The court allowed the appeal and acquitted the appellant.
The crux of the present case is whether or not voice identification can be accepted as primary evidence or can it be evidence used for corroboration of the other independent evidence.
 1982 (2) SCC 258
 1985 (Supp.) SCC 611
 1997 (1) SCC 301
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