This is in relation to the Aryan Khan's Case in which one of the witness claims his signature was taken on a blank paper and he was not aware of what was going to be written on it. He signed it because he was at the NCB office and senior official asked him to do so saying nothing will happen.
This seems like a joke that a person will sign on blank paper, nevertheless now that he is making U turn from the statement. Will that statement be admissible in the court of law or it will be null and void?
Are witnesses allowed to back away from signed statement?