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Salman in trouble as Supreme Court admits Mah. Govt plea against acquittal in Hit-Run Case


Salman Khan was acquitted by Bombay High Court post his conviction by Lower Court.

No end to Legal Troubles
No end to Legal Troubles

Bollywood Star has an uncanny instinct of hogging troubles of all kinds.

In the latest sequence the Supreme Court today admitted the Maharashtra Government’s plea challenging his acquittal in the 2002 hit-and-run case.

The Division Bench of Apex Court, headed by Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar and comprising Justice Arun Mishra, has admitted the plea of the Maharashtra government.

Apex Court, however, refused to fast-track the hearing in the case despite a prayer by Govt. in this regard.

On September 28, 2002, Shaikh Noorulla Shafik was killed on the spot and four others were seriously injured when the 50-year-old actor’s Land Cruiser ran over him while he was sleeping on the pavement.

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  1. please leave salman. go after owaisee and zakir hussain and mahesh bhatt who are destabilising india and spreading hatred.

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