High Court of Kerala has held that when the P.W.1 admitted that the accused have not harassed her mentally or physically. Even though she was cross examined after declaring her as hostile, even in the cross examination she deposed that she has no complaint against the accused and the matter has been settled out of court, Court will be justified in exercising the jurisdiction under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, in the light of the decision of the Apex Court in Gian Singh v. State of Punjab (2012 (2) KLT 1098 – SC)
Muhammadkunhi Vs State of Kerala on 23 January, 2013
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