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Monday, March 06, 2006
New Delhi, Mar 6 (UNI) A special leave petition (SLP) filed by filmstar Salman Khan, challenging a Jodhpur court's order disallowing him to cross-examine the witness Harish Dulani in a case under Wildlife Protection Act pending against him since 1998, was today dismissed as withdrawn by the Supreme Court. A bench, comprising Mr Justice Ashok Bhan and Mr Justice Lokeshwar Singh Panta, dismissed the petition as not pressed after senior counsel Rajiv Dhawan submitted before the court that he did not want to press his petition as he wanted to approach the High Court. The counsel for Salman Khan had not turned up till 3 pm to cross-examine Dulani, and thereafter the witness disappeared and is untraceable till date.
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