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Delhi HC relies on dying declaration, upholds conviction of mobile snatchers

Relying on the dying declaration of a deceased, the Delhi High Court showed no mercy to three bike-borne mobile snatchers and upheld their conviction for committing murder and robbery.A Division Bench of Justice Manmohan and Sangita Dhingra Sehgal passed the order on a petition filed by Nikhil Saxena, Vishal Sonkar and Punit, challenging their conviction by the trial court under the charges of murder, robbery, common intention, and provisions of the Arms Act.The court also upheld the trial court s order sentencing them to undergo rigorous imprisonment for life. Keeping in view the circumstances, especially the dying declaration of the deceased... this court is of the view that all circumstances conclusively point towards the guilt of the appellants-convicts. Consequently, it stands proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the appellants-convicts, with common intention, committed the murder of the deceased, the court stated.The court also considered the testimonies of two witnesses -- ...


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