Here's the latest update from today's hearing..
Special public prosecutor Pradeep Gharat had earlier argued that Salman Khan did not possess a driving licence when his car rammed over a set of people in 2002. The witness, who was an assistant inspector at RTO, told the Session Judge D W Deshpande that the actor had obtained driving license only in the year 2004 and he did not have a license when the mishap took place.
However, the Sessions court today rejected the plea of the prosecution in seeking a direction to the actor to produce his driving licence. Khan's lawyer opposed the prosecution's application saying it violated the fundamental right against exploitation enshrined in the Constitution as it had asked the accused to produce documents incriminating him. He argued that the prosecution should prove its case that Khan was not holding driving license without asking him to produce it.
Well, with this diversion, there is a little breather in the hit and run case. But there are several other evidences piled up against the 49-year old actor. In the meantime, Salman is also awaiting the final verdict of his 1995 black buck poaching case, where the court has asked to re-examine all the witnesses.
Watch out this space for latest updates on Salman's court trials!
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