Supreme Court accepts State Government's plea against Salman Khan’s acquittal in hit and run case
Supreme Court accepts State Government's plea against Salman Khan’s acquittal in hit and run case

Salman Khan’s acquittal in hit and run case does not seem to end it for the actor.

Last year in December, Salman Khan was given a clean chit over his involvement in the 2002 hit-and-run case which left one person dead and four others injured in Bandra suburb. The latest development in this case is that Supreme Court accepts State Government’s plea against Salman Khan’s acquittal in hit and run case.

On behalf of the state government, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi had urged the court for a fast-track hearing of the case. The Maharashtra government had challenged the high court verdict acquitting Salman in the case. The court admitted his plea against the Bombay High Court’s order that acquitted Salman Khan of all charges. however, the court dismissed the demand for a fast-track hearing, saying the state should approach the chief justice for it.

Salman Khan’s lawyer Kapil Sibal informed the Supreme Court that Salman wanted it to hear the case against him on merit “The honourable Supreme Court had on the last date asked us whether Salman would consent to the Supreme Court hearing the case on merits.”

So is there going to be more trouble for Salman now?

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