Section 106 of the Evidence Act is not intended to relieve the prosecution from its duty to prove the accused’s guilt: SC

While acquitting a murder accused, the Supreme Court observed that the Section of Evidence Act isn’t intended to relieve prosecution from its duty to prove the accused’s guilt. According to the Bench of Justices Sanjiv Khanna and Bela M Trivedi, the burden of proof can’t be shifted to the accused by referring to provisions of

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