Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Dec-17-2014
..... are considered in strict legal propriety as principals in the first or second degree or merely as accessories before or after the act. but if the participation of accessories is limited to the knowledge that crime is to be committed, they are not accomplices. 219. the mere fact that a person ..... course of investigation and they have examined him as a witness to prove the charges levelled against the accused. 242. pw54 has been cross-examined extensively by the accused. nowhere in evidence, he has admitted his guilt or participation in the crime; his statement is exculpatory in nature. therefore, ..... loss and all the arms and ammunitions would be exhausted. then he would enter india with nine lakh followers (pathans). soon after setting foot on punjab, his followers would create havoc in southern india, paving way for his easy entry into that part too. 13. the organisers of deendar anjuman ..... -10's residence had the connections bearing no. 8538159 and 8538537 whereas the third landline bearing no. 5711064 however was in another house bearing no.1, east street, annayyappa garden, neelasandra, bangalore. during enquiry, it was found that a-10 is the brother of absconding a-16. 347. p.w.40 ..... be a ground to disbelieve the prosecution case. 306. the conditions necessary of operation of section 27 of evidence act, are enunciated in pulukuri kottaya and others vs. emperor reported in air (34) 1947 privy council, wherein it is held that : "10. section 27, which is not artistically worded, provides .....Tag this Judgment!