Supreme Court held as follows:
11) In our opinion, when a party relies upon any evidence, whether it is oral or documentary, in support of his case, the Court/Committee/Authority, as the case may be, and especially the original Court is under an obligation to apply its mind to the entire documentary evidence on which the party has placed reliance for proving his case and record its reasoned findings whether accepting the evidence or rejecting it. What is important is the consideration of entire evidence adduced by the parties in accordance with law while deciding the case.
Vilas Dinkar Bhat Vs State of Maharashtra and Ors 10 Aug 2018
Citations : [2018 SCC 9 89], [2018 SCC L&S 2 572], [2018 SCC ONLINE SC 882], [2018 AIR SC 3776]
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