Radhu vs State of Madhya Pradesh - Supreme Court Case

 Radhu vs State of Madhya Pradesh - Supreme Court Case Important Judgments -

10. On 14th September, 2007, a two Judges Bench in Radhu vs State of Madhya Pradesh [Criminal Appeal No.624 of 2005] while re-iterating that “a finding of guilt in a case of rape, can be based on the uncorroborated evidence of the prosecutrix”, however cautioned that the “Courts should, at the same time, bear in mind that false charges of rape are not uncommon.”

“There have also been rare instances where a parent has persuaded a gullible or obedient daughter to make a false charge of a rape either to take revenge or extort money or to get rid of financial liability”, the Bench observed.

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