Justice S.B. Sinha has the follow judgment on the Soma Chakravarty case.
Charge may although be directed to be framed when there exists a strong suspicion but it is also trite that the court must come to a prima facie finding that there exists some materials therefor. Suspicion cannot alone, without anything more, it is trite, form the basis therefor or held to be sufficient for framing charge
Soma Chakravarty vs State Through CBI on 10 May, 2007 (S B Sinha)
Here is the judgment from Justice Markandey Katju in this same case.
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