Bombay High Court endorses lifetime for the man who assaulted a 3-year-old girl.
28th October, 2020
The Bombay High Court before terminating a petition against conviction which was documented by the 27-year-old man condemned of ravishing a 3-year-old girl identified that the victim at such a tender age could not be foreseen to uncover how the incident took place and that the litigation has verified the offence again as the accused beyond an acceptable suspicion.
On 26th October 2020 justices Shinde and Justice MS Karnik while hearing the criminal appeal filed by Sudam Shelke who was convicted under Section 376(2) (f) by additional sessions judge.
The court remarked the girl was barely three at that time. “There can be no senility in the prosecution case only because of non-inspection of the victim”, said by the court.
No merit in Shelke's submission could rule out his complicity by his crime since he had not sustained any injuries during the assault said by the court.
“We are in commitment with the impression of the trial court that no wealth can be given to the impeached merely because he has not maintained any injury on his special part”, which was said by the high court while deporting Shelke’s appeal.