Kathua Rape-Murder Case: Court sets aside prosecution eyewitnesses' testimony to acquit main culprit's son
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Kathua Rape-Murder Case: Court sets aside prosecution eyewitnesses' testimony to acquit main culprit's son

By Dna calender  17-Jun-2019

Kathua Rape-Murder Case: Court sets aside prosecution eyewitnesses' testimony to acquit main culprit's son

The only acquittal in the Kathua rape-and-murder case came as the trial court set aside the statement of three prosecution witnesses who had claimed that Vishal Jangotra, the son of main culprit Sanji Ram, was in the area at the time of the crime.
District and sessions judge Tejwinder Singh relied on the statement of the landlady of Vishal that he was in Meerut in Uttar Pradesh where he was studying in a college.
According to the 432-page judgement delivered on June 10, the prosecution counsel relied on the three eyewitnesses who had claimed to have seen Vishal in Kathua on January 13 and 14 last year and forensic experts' opinion that writing samples of Vishal did not tally.

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