In this case, hon’ble supreme court did not find any evidence that which “led that the deceased was subjected to cruelty by appellant Nos.2 & 3. Before holding that appellant Nos. 2 & 3 had committed the offence, it had to be found that they are responsible for subjecting her to cruelty or harassment, soon before her death. We find in this case evidence is only confined to the husband and not against appellant Nos. 2 & 3. Hence on the evidence on record, so far as appellant Nos. 2 & 3 are concerned, we extend to them the benefit of doubt and acquit them.”
Pawan Kumar & Ors Vs State Of Haryana on 9 February, 1998
There was a Criminal appeal filed on this case, the order of which is available below.
Pawan Kumar Vs State Of Haryana on 13 March, 2001
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