Delhi Riots: Witnesses fail to 'inspire' court as it acquits 2 men on trial for rioting, vandalism

Prosecution has not been able to prove its case beyond reasonable doubt which is the touchstone of criminal law: Special Judge Amitabh Rawat
karkardooma court, Delhi riots
karkardooma court, Delhi riots

Two men on trial for rioting and vandalising property during the Delhi riots have been acquitted by a Special Court, which held that the prosecution hadn’t proved the case beyond reasonable doubt — the “touchstone” of criminal law [State v. Yogender Singh, Suraj].

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