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Allahabad High Court noted that the deceased survived for seven days, thereafter he succumbed to this injury, and viewed that a single injury caused by throwing a piece of brick, which is not a handheld weapon, cannot be categorised as an injury likely to cause death.

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by Anupama Arigala†

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