Salman Khan and controversy go almost hand in hand, and while two cases are already under process against Salman, another case got added in the list.
Salman Khan has been in news in regard to the 2002 hit and run case as well as the black-buck poaching case, both running in the court of law, and now another case against the actor has popped up.
It has been learnt that a case of criminal intimidation and robbery will be filed against Salman Khan after he and his bodyguard allegedly assaulted a member of Brashtachaar Nirmoolan Samiti on a flight.
As reported, Ravindra and Salman Khan were in the same Mumbai-Delhi flight on November 4th last year when the actor allegedly got into a fight with the person named Ranvindra Dwivedi. The person further alleged that Salman Khan abused him and his bodyguard also got engaged into the fight.
Meanwhile, allegedly abiding by the actor's order, Salman Khan's bodyguard snatched away the documents that Ravindra was carrying, which were apparently papers regarding the death of BJP leader Gopinath Munde to be handed over to the government.
Now a Court has ordered the airport police to file a case of criminal intimidation and robbery against Salman Khan and his bodyguard under IPC sections, 392 (robbery), 323 (causing hurt), 504 (insult with intention to provoke breach of peace) and 506 (criminal intimidation)
It was also alleged that the airport police initially ignored Ranvindra's complaint and hence the court has to intervene and ordered the airport police to file the case and initiate a thorough probe into the matter.