Today, two more witnesses have testified the Dabangg Khan’s involvement in the 2002 case
Salman Khan appeared at the Sessions Court this morning for the hearing of his 2002 hit-and-run case. During the hearing one of the witnesses, a dairy owner identified the actor and the second witness confirmed that Salman along with others came to the bar a few hours before the incident. The dairy owner said that he saw the Jai Ho actor getting out of the right side (driver’s side) of the SUV. With today’s hearing, a total of 10 witnesses have been examined in the case.
Salman Khan might be gearing up for his upcoming film, Kick, but the Dabangg Khan’s murky past is walking hand-in-hand with him. According to the reports, the Jai Ho actor has reached the Mumbai sessions court for the hearing of his 2002 hit-and-run case. On the night of September 28, 2002, Salman‘s car had ran over a group of people sleeping on a pavement in Bandra, killing one person and injuring four others.
The Wanted actor was allegedly seen by the two witnesses getting out of his car after the accident and one of them later lodged a complaint claiming that he had received a threatening call.
Samba Gowda, the witness also said he had drawn panchnama of the articles seized by police on the day of the incident and told prosecutor Jagannath Kenjalkar that a big car was involved in the accident and that police had reached the spot along with him. He further said the car had rammed into a laundry and its bumper had hit the shutter of the shop.
Salman is currently in the court to record his version of the accident.