Bombay High Court held that, though
Sanjay Vs State of Maharashtra on 13 January 2020
the Judge may come to a conclusion that, the question is not relevant at that stage, however possibility cannot be ruled out that the said question may become relevant at the later stage, and therefore, it was requested to the Court that, all the questions be taken and subject to objections the answers be taken and then the relevancy or admissibility of the questions may be later on considered.
It was also requested to the learned Judge that, in view of the procedure laid down in Bipin Panchal’s case (Supra) the evidence may be recorded even after the objection is raised so that the Appellate Court should be benefited, if it is found at a later stage that any question was or questions were relevant.
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