According to the applicants, Rai had, as an accused, given his confession under section 164 of the Criminal ... Rai later gave a statement under section 164 of the CrPC — wherein such statements are admissible in courts as evidence — when the probe.
He added, "As far as the police are concerned, we have enough evidence to prove his guilt in the case. We have circumstantial evidence, scientific evidence, weapon and vehicle used in the crime, statements of witnesses under 164 of CrPC ," he said.
As his remand period ended on Monday, the NIA produced him before the special judge with a request that Naveed wanted to make a confessional statement under Section 164 CrPC. Kotwal referred the case to the CJM’s court pointing out that confession under.
The anxiety as to participation in investigation by the accused is allayed by Section 41A of the CrPC , which provides for service of a notice on the accused by the Investigating Officer (in short 'IO') seeking participation in investigation and the.
Another magistrate had yesterday recorded the statement of the minor girl after police had moved a plea seeking court's permission to record the victim's statement by a magistrate under section 164 CrPC . Neither she nor her family had been paid for the.
In the absence of eyewitnesses to Sheena Bora's murder, the case hinges on circumstantial evidence. Amid the bewildering array of details that have been tumbling out about the various dramatis personae, the main challenge before the Mumbai police is to .
The accused, Pratap Singh Sisodia, is a failed actor and part -owner of a call centre in Noida. ... A financial crunch and the yearning to make a fast bucks led him to hatch the audacious kidnap plan. ... The two were interrogated at length and they.
“Was this a statement under 164 CrPC ? He didn't give the statement before a magistrate. We all know that confession of crime before the police doesn't stand in a court,” CSWO leader and activist Agnes Kharshiing told Express. She asked what made the .
NIA, which started the probe into 2006 Malegaon, 2007 Samjhauta Express, Ajmer blasts, Mecca Masjid blasts and 2008 Malegaon blast has earlier cited Aseemanand confession under Section 164 of CrPC to allege that the right-wing groups were involved in all.
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