New Delhi, Feb 23: Supreme Court will hear the petition of Maharashtra government against the decision to acquit Salman Khan in the 2002 Mumbai hit and run case on Friday, reported NDTV.
The Bombay High Court acquitted Salman in the hit and run case in 2016, against whom the Maharashtra government has filed an application in the Supreme Court.
The High Court had said that the prosecution failed to prove the allegation that Salman was driving and drunk alcohol during the accident. The court also declared the testimony of the policeman Ravindra Patil, deployed in Salman’s security, as unbelievable.
This incident of hit and run is of October 28, 2002, in which five people sleeping on the road outside a shop in Bandra area of Mumbai, landowners climbed to Salman. In this one person was killed and four others were seriously injured.