Salman Khan's hit and run case witnessed a lot of twists and turns, until he was sentenced to five years of jail, following which he also got a bail.
While, Salman is currently out on bail, it has been reported that all the original documents relating to the hit and run case were burnt long back in 2012.
As reported, neither the Maharashtra government nor the judiciary has any record regarding Salman's hit and run case as all those were lost in the Mantralaya fire in June 2012.
Activist Mansoor Darvesh reportedly filed an RTI seeking certain information regarding the case, following which he received a reply stating that all the case documents were lost in the fire.
One leading publication quoted the activist, "I had filed the RTI query to the two departments seeking information on the total number of counsels, lawyers, solicitors, legal advisors, public prosecutors, etc. engaged and appointed by the state government to fight the case. Interestingly, the state officials had promised to re-construct all the destroyed files, but till date it has not managed to do so. Salman Khan's accident case is one such example. The government is unaware how much expenditure it has incurred during the course of the case".
Well, that's a really shocking piece of information and may be many more aspects in the case are yet to be unveiled. Salman Khan's bail period will end on June 15th and his film Bajrangi Bhaijaan will release on June 18th.