Mumbai: The Mumbai High Court today afternoon gave two-days interim bail to Bollywood star Salman Khan, who was earlier during the day sentenced 5 years for culpable homicide not amounting to murder in 2002 hit-and-run case.
Regular bail hearing in the High Court in response to Salman’s bail application has been fixed for Friday.
Senior Supreme Court lawyer Harish Salve represented Salman in the Mumbai High Court. Shortly after 5 pm, the High Court order was presented in the sessions court
Mumbai: A Mumbai sessions court on Wednesday convicted film actor Salman Khan for culpable homicide not amounting to murder under section 304 (2) in a 2002 hit-and-run case.
Court to Salman:
You were driving the car
All charges proved against Salman Khan
Following the court verdict, Salman was taken into custody by Mumbai Police.
Bollywood star Salman was facing the charge that he had rammed his Toyota Land Cruise on a group of persons sleeping on the pavement on 28 September, 2002 at Bandra in Mumbai. One persons was killed and four others were injured in this incident.
Khan family and friends were in court minutes before the verdict Salman and his family were in court. Salman fans had also gathered in large numbers outside the court.
13 years after the incident, Salman’s driver Ashok Singh suddenly appeared before court hearing the 2002 hit-and-run case claiming that he was behind the wheel and driving the vehicle that rammed into people sleeping on the pavement. He said that the car’s tyre had bust and the steering wheel jammed resulting in the accident.
It had taken a long time to summon constable Ravindra Patil, the soul witness, and issue him a warrant. Then there was his untimely death under mysterious circumstances. His statement was note recorded under section 164 of CrPC. It would have been a suinstantial peace of evidence.
Washington DC: ISIS has warned of more attacks claiming responsibility for the attack at a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in a Dallas suburb in Texas, USA
ISIS made the claim through a radio broadcast on Tuesday. ISIS said that their two Al Khilafa soldiers had opened fire outside the cartoon event in the city of Garland near Dallas.
Later, at his press briefing here, Jeff Rathke, Acting Deputy Spokesperson of the US State department said that the law enforcement authorities are looking into all aspects of the attack and the circumstances surrounding it.
Meanwhile, the US federal agencies are looking for terror links of the Garland attackers.
The two assailants in a black sedan drove up to the Curtis Culwell Centre where the cartoon contest was being held, north-east of Dallas, A traffic cop (name not yet disclosed by the Garland Police), who was in a car with Garland ISD security officer Bruce Joiner, blocked the two assailants who jumped out of their car and started firing. The traffic cop returned fire and shot down both the assailants. While he remained without even a bruise, Joiner who was unarmed, was hit on the ankle. At this time the event was coming to an end and there were about 200 people at the venue.
The traffic cop has become a hero as he used a hand gun to stop the two shootes firing with assault rifles and wearing body armour.
Joe Harn, Garland Police spokesperson, said their strategy was to enter the community centre but they were not allowed to get past the point where the shooting incident took place. The shootout lasted about 15 seconds and left both terrorists dead.
The ISIS radio referred to Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi, the two assailants, as the terror group’s “brothers.” Initial reports say that both were sharing an apartment at Pheonix in Arizona