Disclosure of victim's hideout to murderers does not make a person part of unlawful assembly: Supreme Court

The Court held that concept constructive liability must not be so stretched as to lead to false implication of innocent bystanders.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Wednesday held that merely because a person disclosed the hideout of a victim to the murderers, cannot be ground to hold that such a person was part that unlawful assembly sharing a common object with the members of the assembly [Taijuddin v. State of Assam and Others].

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