Whether the court can acquit accused in case of circumstantial evidence if the prosecution fails to prove motive for the offence?

Law web/ September 27, 2020/ Indian Law

 Now so far as the submission on behalf of the accused thatin the present case the prosecution has failed to establish andprove the motive and therefore the accused deserves acquittal isconcerned, it is true that the absence of proving the motivecannot be a ground to reject the prosecution case. It is also trueand as held by this Court in the case of Suresh Chandra Bahri v.State of Bihar 1995
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