Maharashtra Government will challenge Salman Khan's acquittal in Supreme Court
Trouble is not over yet for Salman Khan

The Maharashtra Government is not at all happy with the final verdict in the Salman Khan Hit-and-Run Case.

On Wednesday, the Maharashtra government informed the Bombay High Court that it will appeal in the Supreme Court against the acquittal of Salman Khan in the Hit-and-Run case. It will soon file a special leave petition before the Supreme court challenging Salman’s acquittal.

Just two days ago, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had said that the state government will study the verdict and then take a decision to challenge it.

The High Court acquitted Salman Khan of all the charges including culpable homicide not amounting to murder on December 10. Justice A.R. Joshi declared that the prosecution had failed to prove that Salman was either drunk or driving at the time of the accident on September 28, 2002, leaving one person dead and four others injured in Bandra suburb.

I guess the trouble is not over yet for Salman Khan!