While Salman's family is questioning the judgement passed by the Mumbai Sessions Court at the Mumbai High Court today, we give you a sneak peak at what exactly the DW Deshpande's judgement read...
Salman Khan 2002 hit and run case has another interesting turn. As Salman's lawyer's Amit Desai is busy punching holes at the prosecutions arguments and even bringing the dead constable Ravindra Patil's old interview where he had apparently claimed that it was a certain Altaf driving Salman's SUV and not the actor himself. The 2002 hit and run case might just prolong a little ahead of 13-years it seems. While Salman Khan and his team are fighting at the High Court to get a bail and start a fresh appeal here is the gist of what the Sessions Court said in it's final judgement before pronouncing five year rigorous imprisonment punishment for the actor...
# If the accused (Salman Khan) did not commit wrong, he should have visited the police station and lodged the information about the accident immediately .
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# If the accused (Salman Khan) did not commit accident, then he could have made sure that action was taken against the driver who was responsible for the accident that cost people's lives and well being .
# The judgement also said that Salman's witness Ashok Singh was merely a witness bought by Salim Khan, and not responsible for the crime.
# The Sessions court also questioned in it's 240 page judgement why the actor had not visited the injured people at the hospital or provide them with medical aid and didn't agree to come to the accident spot with the cops.
# The court also based it's five year imprisonment judgement on the fact that Salman had fled the accident spot, instead of waiting for the police to come and finish their procedure. In fact, Salman wasn't even at his residence and was hiding from the cops until 10:30 am in the morning.
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