The actor submitted four different letters from four different excise offices, which said the actor did not posses alcohol permit at the time of accident in 2002.
The prosecution also produced letters from the two different RTO centers, which said that Salman Khan did not have licenses on the day of the accident.
Special public prosecutor Pradeep Gharat produced some documents and urged the court to take it on record.
Pradeep Gharat said, “Investigating officer Kishan Shengal had procured the documents from the excise department, which said that the accused did not possess the permit. The court has permitted the production of the documents and will decide their evidentiary value at a later stage.”
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Also Salman Khan’s lawyer, advocate Shrikant Shivade objected on this and said that all these documents should have been submitted along with the charge-sheet earlier and not now when the case has reached at the end.
Shrikant Shivade also commenced the cross-examination of investigating officer Kishan Shengal. But due to lack of time, the examination would be carry forward to March 24.
The trial had examined the analyst to establish that Salman had liquor before his car met with accident in suburban Bandra on September 28, 2002, killing one person and injuring four.
The actor has denied that he was on the wheel during the accident in 2002. If convicted, he could spend up to 10 years in prison.