ARTICLES OF AN ADVOCATE: best example how to appreciate evidence- After appreciating the aforesaid evidence including the deposition of Bhugan (DW.1), the trial court came to the conclusion that Suresh Kumar, accused, had no motive and his identification was also not reliable and acquitted him by giving the benefit of doubt. 9. The respondents were convicted by giving cogent reasons on the basis of the following grounds: 7 None of the accused persons belonged to the locality or even to the city. 7 No suggestion came to be made from their side as to what could have brought them to the spot at the moment. 7 They were utter strangers to the area operating under cover of darkness and seen scaling down the wall in a bid to run away. 7 Upon being taken into custody they took the police party inside the western Sahan and then to the apartment occupied by the deceased. 7 The medical evidence did not suggest that there was rape or anything of the kind attempted on Smt. Rashmi. Nor did the investigation reveal any case of theft. 7 The purse of the deceased was found intact in the room besides the sum of Rs.107/- and odd. None of the articles was shown to have been taken away. The object behind those who operated inside the room, therefore, could not have other than to kill Smt. Rashmi.