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Criminal Procedure Code, 1973
Section 313 - Examination of accused - Mandatory nature of
Section 313 - Examination of accused - Mandatory nature of
Purpose/Necessity of - Effect of non-compliance with S. 313 even in trial involving a most gruesome and horrifying mass murder - Held, requirement under S. 313 is not an empty formality - Held, requirement under S. 313 is not an empty formality - In the instant case neither any incriminating material, nor any accusation specifically put to accused in his examination under S. 313 - While noting with concern and regret lapse on part of trial court in not indicating incriminating material to accused, held, in such circumstances impugned judgment convicting accused liable to be set aside
Ranvir Yadav v. State of Bihar, Supreme Court of India, Cr. Appeal No. 10 of 2002, D/d 5.5.2009, (2009) 6 SCC 595

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