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Mumbai court rejects Salman Khan appeal

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The Mumbai sessions court has rejected the offer of Bollywood genius Salman Khan Appeal to boycott the media amid the recording of his announcement in a 2002 attempt at manslaughter case.

Judge D. W. Deshpande rejected the request however direct the media to report strictly when the recording of Salman’s whole proclamation is finished furthermore not to opinionate in the matter, stick to plain reporting of the actual proceedings in the eyes of the court. Theactor was order to personal appear before Deshpande to record his announcement under Section 313 of the Criminal Procedure Code, considered a urgent stage in the retrial of the case before the last contentions start.


In the small hours of September 28, 2002, Salman’s white Toyota Land Cruiser slammed into the American Express Bakery in rural Bandra, near to his ocean front home in Galaxy Apartments, before escaping from the mischance site.

Prior, Salman came to the Mumbai Sessions Court to record his announcement on the succession of occasions relating to the case, which left one dead and four harmed after his carelessly determined vehicle collided with them prompting Salman’s capture by the Bandra Police later that morning.

The performing artist is confronting charges of IPC Sec 304(II) – which pulls in a 10-year penitentiary sentence, Sec 279, Sec 337, Sec 338, Sec 427, and under Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and Bombay Prohibition Act, 1949.


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