Prosecution witness turns hostile in Salman case
Mumbai, June 29 (UNI) One of the prosecution witnesses in the hit and run case of Bollywood actor Salman Khan today turned hostile before Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate J B Pankhe at Bandra.
When the trial in the case came up before the Bandra Magistrate court during the day, prosecution witness Mohd Abdul Kauf Shaikh, who was one of the injured in the incident, deposed before the magistrate that he had not seen Salman in the driver's seat at the time of accident.
However, while giving statement to police earlier, he had that he had seen Salman getting down from the driver's seat.
After completing the examination of Shaikh, the trial of the case was deferred till August two.
Out of the 60 witnesses, three have already deposed before the court which included Ravindra Patil, Salman's bodyguard, and Ramasray Pande who had witnessed the incident. The third was a panch witness.
Land cruiser of Salman Khan rammed into the bakery at Pali Hill, Bandra, on September 28, 2002, in which one person was killed and four others were injured.
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