Trial of Bollywood actor Salman Khan's hit and run case again got adjourned for the third time.
And this time the reason is unavailability of the articles that police recovered from the accident spot and thus, the trial has again been postponed.
Although, the trail began on Monday with the prime eye witness who is a Karnataka based person but the trial again got adjourned as the articles that were collected from the spot in 2002 could no be presented before the Court.
One police source said, "Police had earlier submitted the recovered articles before the Bandra Court but for some reasons those are yet to be submitted to the sessions court. Hence the matter has been adjourned to May 2"
On the other hand, the three victims who were injured in the accident will have to come to the Court on May 6, while the star also has to be there on that date.
The police source informed that if Salman Khan fails to turn up on May 6, a warrant will be issued against the star.
It is to recall, Salman Khan on September 28, 2002 allegedly in drunken condition ran his car over some workers sleeping on a footpath. One person died and three others were injured in the accident.
It was reported that if Salman is proved guilty, he can face a jail term of at least 10 years. Salman these days has been busy shooting for his upcmong film Kick.