Accused cannot be held guilty solely on basis of refusal to undergo Test Identification Parade: Supreme Court

The Bench passed a judgment to this effect in a case involving the death of a law student, for which the accused spent twelve years in prison.
Accused cannot be held guilty solely on basis of refusal to undergo Test Identification Parade: Supreme Court
Indu Malhotra, DY Chandrachud, Indira Banerjee

The Supreme Court today held that a finding of guilt cannot be based solely on the refusal of the accused to undergo a test identification parade (Rajesh @ Sarkari & Anr. v. State of Haryana).

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