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A, while in police custody, makes a statement of admission of a fact. During his trial the Public Prosecutor produces evidence of his admission. A objects to the admissibility of the evidence on the ground of the rule laid down in section 26. Indian Evidence Act, 1872. Decide. (5 marks)
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