The prosecution informed the court trying the case that all but one of the 63 original statements of witnesses and case diaries that had gone missing from the custody of police have been found and placed them before judge D W Deshpande.
The court was told the lone missing statement will also be traced soon. The trial in the case had hit a roadblock in July when the court was informed that the original statements of the witnesses had disappeared.
The court was again informed in August that case diaries relating to the case too were not traceable, inviting reprimand from the judge, who directed the police to locate the documents at the earliest for the trial to recommence.
Following this, Mumbai Police commissioner Rakesh Maria ordered a probe and the documents were found at Bandra Police Station on August 26.
Salman's lawyer Srikant Shivade had earlier insisted that under the law trial cannot continue in the absence of the original statements of the witnesses, while the prosecution had contended that as per practice in Mumbai courts it can go on with true copies which were available.
After the newly-appointed public prosecutor in the case Pradeep Gharat produced the documents, the judge took it on record and asked the prosecution to proceed with the examination of witnesses from September 24.
So far 11 witnesses have deposed in the case. Salman is likely to appear before the court on September 24.
Gharat, who has conducted trials in several important cases, including the multi-crore rupees Telgi fake stamp paper case, was recently appointed special public prosecutor in the case against Salman Khan and appeared for the first time today.