Rape victim voluntarily having sexual intercourse with someone else is immaterial in deciding rape case: Bombay High Court

The Court disregarded the submission that prosecutrix was habituated to sexual intercourse for the reason that voluntary intercourse was immaterial while considering a rape case.
Rape victim voluntarily having sexual intercourse with someone else is immaterial in deciding rape case: Bombay High Court
Justices Ravindra V Ghuge and BU Debadwar

The Aurangabad Bench of the Bombay High Court recently held that a rape victim having voluntary sexual intercourse with someone else is immaterial in deciding a rape case (State of Maharashtra v. Mahadu Dagdu Shinde).

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