Salman Khan sent to jail: Bihar’s conjoined twins Saba-Farah stop eating

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Patna, May 6: Not only Bollywood actor Salman Khan's family but the fans and supporters of the superstar are sad after the verdict in 2002 hit and run case.

After the news, Bihar's conjoined twins Saba and Farah - ‘Rakhi-sisters' of Bollywood actor Salman Khan - have begun a fast to express their solidarity with the actor who was sentenced to five years' jail in a 2002 hit-and-run case.

Salman Khan verdict: Bihar’s conjoined twins Saba-Farah stop eating.
"Both Saba and Farah refused to eat their lunch after their favourite actor was found guilty and sentenced to five years' imprisonment (by a Mumbai court)" Shakeel Ahmad, father of the 18-year-old conjoined twins said.

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"They are disappointed and shocked over the court's verdict against Salman Khan," Ahmad added.
Saba and Farah, residents of Samanpura in Patna, developed a strong emotional bond with the Bollywood actor who helped them fly to Mumbai so that they could fulfill their wish to tie a rakhi on his wrist three years ago.

The conjoined twins have been praying to God for their Salman Bhaiyya (brother), their father said.

Though, in some relief to Bollywood actor Salman Khan, the actor got an interim bail for 2 days.

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Former Solicitor General of India Harish Salve immediately moved the Bombay High Court for bail and a stay on his conviction after Mumbai Sessions Court convicted Salman in the 2002 hit-and-run case and sentenced him to 5 years rigorous imprisonment on Wednesday.

Salve argued in the court that no one can be put in jail without proper order. So far, Salman's lawyer has only recieved operative part of the court order, not the full order. Bombay HC then subsequently granted 2 days' interim bail to the superstar.

OneIndia News

(With inputs from agencies)

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