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Salman Khan hit and run case: The actor didn’t have his driving license when the accident happened!
The hit and run case Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor is embroiled in takes a new turn!
Bollywood star Salman Khan did not possess a driving license when his car met with an accident in 2002, an officer at Regional Transport Office (RTO) today informed the Sessions court hearing the hit-and-run case. Click here to read more
Salman Khan hit-and-run case: The actor files petition against contempt of court case
The Kick actor moves Bombay High Court and has filed a petition seeking quashing of complaint filed against him in a magistrate court which wants contempt action for sharing any information on his website related to his impending case
Last month, social activist Hemant Patil had filed a complaint in a Magistrate Court seeking action against Salman Khan alleging that sharing any information on his website – www.salmankhanfiles.com related to his impending case is contempt of court. Sallu pleaded in his petition that Click here to read more
Salman Khan hit-and-run-case: Court directs actor to pay Rs 19 lakh to victims; next hearing on August 19
The actor will, after all, be tried for culpable homicide not amounting to murder on his next hearing on August 19
The Mumbai Sessions Court today directed Salman Khan [UPDATE] to pay Rs 19 lakh to victims of his hit-and-run rash driving. The court’s ruling was earlier going to be deferred as the judge had reportedly been transferred. The latest update on Twitter was, Salman will be tried for culpable homicide not amounting to murder. Click here to read more
Salman Khan to appear before court on March 25 for hit-and-run case
The Dabangg actor will return today at 11pm from US to appear before the court on Monday in the 2002 hit-and-run case
Salman Khan is being charged for culpable homicide not amounting to murder, which could result to about ten years of imprisonment. Click here to read more
Salman Khan challenges culpable homicide charge!
The Dabanng 2 actor has objected to culpable homicide charge in his 2002 hit-and-run case
Superstar Salman Khan, who was to be tried for culpable homicide not amounting to murder in the 2002 hit-and-run case, has challenged the Bandra Magistrate court’s order at a Sessions court. Click here to read more