Suspicion, Howsoever Grave, Can't Substitute Proof In Criminal Trial, Reiterates SC [Read Judgment]

Suspicion, Howsoever Grave, Can

"Though the materials on record hold some suspicion towards them, but the prosecution has failed to elevate its case from the realm of "may be true" to the plane of "must be true" as is indispensably required in law for conviction on a criminal charge."

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