What Happens In A Criminal Case When A Complainant Turns Hostile To The Prosecution Case?

Nothing. If the complainant turns hostile. Case of the prosecution is not hampered in any way. The portion relevant to the offence is taken from the statement of the complainant and mixed with other circumstantial evidence including the medical/technical evidence, the accused can be convicted.

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