Salman Khan's 2002 hit and run case hearing was today and the first update from today's hearing was that the Court rejected the prosecution's plea which sought the actor to produce his driving licence.
The prosecution in the last hearing submitted a plea asking the court to order Salman Khan to produce his driving licence, alleging that the actor was driving the car without valid documents.
The prosecutor argued that Salman Khan acquired the driving licence in 2004, as per RTO records, and the hit and run case happened in 2002.
While, Salman Khan has been claiming that he was not driving the car, his lawyer opposed the prosecution's plea on the grounds that it violated the fundamental right against exploitation enshrined in the Constitution.
However, the Court has rejected the plea stating that the prosecutor cannot ask for more documents at this stage of the trial. It is to be recalled, Salman Khan was charged with hit and run case in 2002 in which one person died and four others were injured.