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    In which of the following cases was it held that ‘while evaluating circumstantial evidence, whether a chain of evidence is complete or not, would depend on the facts of each case emanating from the evidence and no universal yardstick should ever be attempted’?

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    1. Ujjagra Singh v. State of Punjab
    2. Mahmood v. State of UP
    3. State of Rajasthan v. Thakur Singh
    4. None of the above
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