Salman Khan has once again landed in trouble for his hit and run case. IPS officer-turned-lawyer-turned-activist YP Singh has blamed Mumbai police for favouring Salman in the 10 year old case. Singh has also demanded a high level inquiry for this matter.
On September 28, 2002, Salman Khan's car Toyota Land Cruiser had rammed into a bakery in Bandra. This accident killed one and injured four, who were sleeping on the pavement. For this hit and run case, Salman was booked for culpable homicide not amounting to murder. But now activist YP Singh has urged the police to reopen Salman's case.
YP Singh said in a press conference, "Salman was absent 82 times, when summoned by the court and even the public prosecutor started ignoring the case. The commissioner of police needs to set up a high level inquiry into the matter, to show how simple summons were not being served from time to time for years together and witnesses not produced in court."
So, do you think Salman Khan's case should be reopened?