The Delhi HC has acquitted a person convicted by the Trial Court for murder committed by his co-accused by stabbing a person, while robbing the deceased of his phone and wallet, for lack of evidence to show common intention under Section 34 IPC.
No doubt, what the Supreme Court says is final. But, it is not necessarily always correct. Supreme Court may be supreme but it is not infallible. A critique of the Supreme Court decision in Kamini Jaiswal case.