Prosecution Fails So Far To Establish The Case Against Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case
The prosecution remained fail so far to establish the case against actor Salman Khan in connection with the 2002 hit-and-run case, examined Bombay High Court today.
However, court has ordered to Salman Khan to must appear in court before it as it pronounces the final order. Actually the court can’t conduct the case more because the appreciation of evidence by trial court is not enough, it said in statement.
Bollywood super star Salman Khan was found guilty of all allegations by a session court in start of the 2015. The actor was charged with killing case 2002 as Khan’s Toyota Land Cruiser had crashed five people sleeping outside a bakery on Hill Road in Bandra in morning on 28 September.
In this accident, four of them were seriously injured while other one died because of serious wounds. Nevertheless, when Salman Khan appealed Bombay High Court against his conviction, his sentence was suspended after the short time.
The Bombay High Court has released its statement on Wednesday, in which it was reported that the prosecution was remained fail to provide some responsive material that was required to conduct the case.
The evidences which was submitted in Bombay HC couldn’t prove that the accident happened by Khan by driving his car. Even the evidences couldn’t satisfy court that he drank alcohol when incident occurred.
The witness of Khan’s bodyguard Ravindra Patil, can change the nature of the case but if he were alive as died after five years of the accident in 2007.
However, it eyewitnesses’ reports are to be believed, so the Salman Khan was seen getting out from his vehicle when the accident happened, while Khan’s lawyers showed resistance saying that time, the was not driving car though his driver Ashok Singh was handling steering wheel of the auto.
Ashok Singh had also testified that the car was driven by him not by the actor.