[Section 34 IPC] If common intention to kill is established, then it is immaterial that the accused caused injury or used weapons: SC

Recently, the Apex Court observed that once it is clear that all accused came at the place of the incident and had the common intention to kill the deceased then it is immaterial if the accused who shared common intention had caused injury to the deceased or used weapons against the deceased. In the instant

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