Mere Denial To The Obligation Of Giving A Plausible Explanation Could Not Be The Answer To The Death That Takes Place Within The Privacy Of House: Supreme Court

In this case the the appeal was filed before the Supreme Court against the judgment of High Court convicting appellant, which was dismissed by the Supreme Court and affirmed the judgment of High Court. Husband, father-in-law and mother-in-law of the deceased were charged under the Section 302 and Section 34 of the Indian penal code, 1860 under FIR No. 72/99 registered on 29.08.1999 at Kawardha district and convicted by the Session Court.

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