Calcutta High Court emphasized the importance of considering the conduct of prisoners while in jail to ascertain their potential for committing further crimes after a long period of detention.
Supreme Court pointed towards the parameters/circumstances to be considered while granting or refusing bail as laid in a series of judgments.
The accused had failed to demonstrate any illegality in the impugned judgment convicting them for the offences of kidnapping, abduction, and gang rape.
The Court said that there is several room for doubt about the prosecution story regarding forcible sexual intercourse, the medical evidence is not supportive to the version of the victim that there was forcible intercourse or that there was any physical assault on her.
In a petition filed by Bilkis Bano, and other pleas in the nature of Public Interest Litigation, Supreme Court said that “we are only on legal and law and nothing to do with emotions.”
Allahabad High Court held that a woman can also be held guilty of sexual offences and can also be held guilty of gang rape if she has facilitated the act of rape with a group of persons.
“The prosecution has to bring home the charges levelled against them beyond reasonable doubt, which the prosecution has failed to do in the instant case, resultantly, the Court is left with no alternative but to acquit the accused, though involved in a very heinous crime.”
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The National Human Rights Commission issued notice to the Chief Secretary, Director General of Police and the Director-General of Prisons, Madhya Pradesh
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