In the context of above complaint, version of P.W.6 is seen at Exh.21. She in her examination-in-chief categorically reiterates the incident. However, A-2 inflicting blow of 'Vansi' and that her fingers were chopped off and that she was tied up with rope on electricity pole appears to be an improvement. At the same time version of inflicting head injuries on her and Dalpat Rayajibhai by A-1 and A-2 remain confirmed. She being an illiterate lady, in her cross-examination was unable to produce anyjudgement or order of competent court about divorce but states that some writing was made at Sansoli Police Station which has as such no significance. She further HC-NIC Page 13 of 25 Created On Mon Aug 21 08:36:28 IST 2017 R/CR.A/1948/2006 JUDGMENT states that after she was taken for further treatment at hospital at Vadodara, Dalpat Rayajibhai was unconscious and later on succumbed to injuries. No doubt, she admits that rope used by A-1 and A-2 for tying with pole was not disclosed to police and some discrepancy about her admission to the extent that Dalpat Rayajibhai who was beaten by A-1 and A-2 was in another room but at the same time nothing emerges on record that incident of inflicting injuries on Dalpat Rayajibhai by A-1 and A-2 and such happening was not visible. P.W.18 admits to have recorded complaint Exh.53 and thumb impression by P.W.6. However, statement of P.W.7, P.W.8 and P.W.15 recorded by P.W.18 is deposed to vide Exh.53 that P.W.18 further admits to have followed procedure for receiving dead bodies and other medical certificates.