In view of the gun shot injuries, sustained on the leg by the victim the accused could not be convicted under section 307 ,IPC, but since he caused hurt by a fire arm, he was held liable to be convicted under section 324 IPC.
Where it was alleged that the accused had apprehended the victim and assaulted him with knife when the victim was returning home along with his brother, in the instant case, the version of victim was found consistent in courses of cross examination, so it was held that the prosecution had successfully proved the charge against the accused, though there was no eye witness to corroborate the
Since the injuries caused on vital part of the body i.e. stomach can not be Said to be fatal, therefore, conviction of accused was altered to that under section 326 instead of Section 307 of IPC.
Where in a cased it was alleged that the accused armed with sword assaulted injured and Evidence of injured witnesses was reliable and trustworthy and medical evidence corroborated him but there was no intention or knowledge to commit murder and the injury was not on vital parts of the
It was held , that conviction under section 306 of Indian Penal Code was justified instead of Section 307, IPC
Where in a case of attempt to murder , medical Evidence showed that none of the injuries were fatal or grievous and intention to cause death could not be inferred, conviction was altered to one under section 324 of IPC from Section 307 IPC