Two more witnesses in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving actor Salman Khan testified in a Mumbai court on Monday. The first witness, a waiter at the bar that Salman visited, told the court that he had visited the bar with a group of friends and that the group had ordered alcohol that evening.
During cross-questioning he said he did not remember having seen Mr Khan consume alcohol that evening. He later told reporters, "That day Salman came at night around 11-11:30 PM and he was with his friends. There were around 7-8 of them. He came while the restaurant was quite full so he was standing at the bar for some time. They placed their order...with the manager after which I served the drinks and the food on the table."
Earlier this month, three eyewitnesses had identified the actor. The witness, who was injured in the accident, had claimed that he saw Salman Khan getting out from the right side of the Toyota Land Cruiser. One of the witnesses had even complained to the police that she had received a threatening call in connection to the case.
Today, the case is continuing in which one person was killed and four others were injured when a car allegedly driven by Salman Khan rammed into a bakery shop on September 28, 2002. The actor is charged with culpable homicide not amounting to murder, he faces a jail term of upto 10 years if convicted. So we bring you the possibilities of what may happen if the actor is jailed.
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