32. In view of all that has been said above, I allow appeal No. 14 of 1954, filed by Mt. Rup Devi in part. I set aside her conviction ofan offence under Section 302, read with Section 114, I. P. C, Instead, I convict her of an offence under Section 201, I. P. C., and, bearing in mind that she is only about 18 years of age and in all probability wasled astray by Gokal (who was old enough to be her father), sentence her to undergo three years' rigorous imprisonment. As regards criminal appeal No. 15 of 1954, filed by Gokal, I maintain his conviction of an offence under Section 302, I. P. C., as well as the sentence of transportation for life inflicted upon him. He should thank his starsthat in spite of the fact that he committed a brutal and premeditated murder, he was let off with the lesser of the two penalties prescribedby law, There was, however, no point in tacking on a fine of Rs. 300/- to the sentence of transportation for life. The sentence of fine is, therefore, set aside. Pine, if realized, must be refunded. Subject to this slight modification, Gokal's appeal is rejected.