Conviction Can’t be Maintained on “Probability”; SC Acquits Old Aged In-laws in 498A Case

On Thursday, the Supreme Court came to the rescue of an old couple (in-laws), convicted under Section 498-A of IPC. The appellant no. 1 (father-in-law) is 77 years old and appellant no. 2 (mother-in-law) is 69 years old and stated to be bed ridden. They were in appeal against their conviction under Section 498A IPC

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