In a Case of Circumstantial Evidence, the Chain Has to Be Complete in All Respects So as to Indicate the Guilt of the Accused: SC

Recently, The Supreme Court stated that in a case of circumstantial evidence, the chain has to be complete in all respects so as to indicate the guilt of the accused. The bench of Justices Vikram Nath and Ahsanuddin Amanullah was dealing with the appeal challenging the correctness of the judgment and order of the Madhya

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