Person who attempted to commit suicide be a testimony in court

can a person who has attempted to commit suicide be a testimony in the court of law in india. if no, which laws of the country provides it to be inadmissible?

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If someone commits suicide, then in the IPC it is considered a crime which is stated in Section 309 of the IPC. In Indian law, suicide is also termed as a crime, if someone does so, then there is enough evidence for that. .

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