Mumbai: With a Bombay High Court acquitting him in a 13-year-old hit-and-run case, Bollywood luminary Salman Khan on Thursday pronounced he supposed a outcome “with humility”.
The 49-year-old actor took to Twitter to appreciate his family, friends and fans for their support.
“I accept a preference of a law with humility. we appreciate my family, friends fans for their support prayers,” he tweeted.
In a vital service for Salman, a Bombay High Court set aside a 5 years jail tenure by sessions justice and clear him of all a charges, holding that a charge had unsuccessful to infer he was pushing a car after carrying consumed alcohol.
Setting aside Salman’s conviction, Justice AR Joshi pronounced in a jam-packed courtroom, “The interest is allowed. The conference court’s outcome is quashed and set aside… Salman is clear of all a charges.”
I accept a preference of a law with humility. we appreciate my family, friends fans for their support prayers .
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) Dec 10, 2015
Salman’s motorist Ashok Singh, in his deposition as a counterclaim witness, had told a conference justice that it was he who was during a circle and not a actor. He also pronounced that he had left to a military after a fumble though his matter was not recorded.
After conference a verdict, Salman pennyless down and was seen wiping his tears.