Supreme Court declines defence seeking termination of Salman Khan’s bail in hit-and-run case

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New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday discharged a petition seeking termination of bail of film star Salman Khan who was convicted and condemned in a strike and run case.

File print of Salman Khan outward a justice in Mumbai. PTI File print of Salman Khan outward a justice in Mumbai. PTI

File print of Salman Khan outward a justice in Mumbai. PTI

The peak justice dais headed by Chief Justice HL Dattu declined a defence by one of a purported victims compared with a box and belonging to Mumbai Police.

The postulant had challenged a Bombay High Court sequence extenuation bail to Salman.

Salman was postulated bail by a Bombay High Court on a really day he was convicted and condemned by a sessions court.

On 6 May, Khan was found guilty in a 28 September, 2002 strike and run box and condemned to 5 years’ jail for several charges, including ‘culpable carnage not amounting to murder’.

One chairman was killed and 4 harmed when a actor’s automobile ran over them while they were sleeping on a pavement.

IANS