Can the Court Infer the Accused's Intent to Commit Murder if They Claim the Right of Private Defence under their statement U/S 313 of CRPC?


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Ext. 96 refers to inculpatory admissions as well as seeks to bring out exculpatory circumstances. The statement has to be read in its entirety. The inculpatory admissions emerging from this statement against the Appellant are (i) his presence at the spot and (ii) sustaining of injuries by the victim and the other prosecution witnesses while the Appellant, as claimed, was attempting to save
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