Merely shouting in anger and asking a person, "Why do you live? Go and die," would not be ground enough to charge a person with abetment to suicide, ruled the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court.
A local court has sentenced six years of rigorous imprisonment to a man for abetting his wife to commit suicide two years ago in Charik village here.
Observing that evidence was not supporting prosecution`s case, Bombay High Court has set aside a lower court judgement sentencing a city resident to 7-year rigorous imprisonment for death of his wife.
The principal and three teachers
of La Martiniere for Boys school, who allegedly drove student
Rouvanjit Rawla to commit suicide, on Wednesday challenged the order
for their trial on charges of abetment to suicide.
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