ARTICLES OF AN ADVOCATE: it is an undisputed fact that Jai Prakash alone at the knife point had taken away the prosecutrix across a distance of more than 15 km and it is only after he reached Gulab Nagar that he met the appellant. Except providing a space and cot and helping the accused in wrongfully detaining the prosecutrix, no further act or common intention is attributable. There is no evidence 36 that there was a common concert or common intention or meeting of minds prior to commission of the offence between the two accused. For the reasons afore-recorded, we partially accept the present appeal. The judgment of the trial court convicting the accused under Section 376(2)(g) of the IPC is set aside and he is acquitted of the said charge. However, his conviction under Section 368 of the IPC and the sentence awarded by the High Court is maintained. Therefore, the accused shall undergo rigorous imprisonment for five years with fine of ` 37 5000/-, in default of payment of fine to undergo rigorous imprisonment for four months.