Salman Khan Hit And Run Case: A New Evidence By The RTO Officer


Salman-PoliceSalman Khan’s hit and run case which is now in its final stages has got a new evidence in the case. The Mumbai Police on Tuesday produced the statement of the RTO officer before the special CBI court.

After checking all the records, RTO officer found that Salman Khan had no driving license in his name when the incident of hit and run occurred in 2002.

RTO officer’s statement is been recorded by the Bandra Police station who has been handling the case currently. After the investigation on the statement the case will move on to another stage.

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During the last week hearing, the court had asked the prosecution to record the statements of the additional witnesses before submitting their application to the court.

Also, according to the prosecution, other than the previous allegations that Salman Khan was driving under the influence of alcohol, it was said that Mr. Khan was driving without a valid license. To prove the same, the RTO officer has been questioned and examined.

Salman Khan in September 2002 had allegedly rammed his car into pavement dwellers who were sleeping outside a bakery in Bandra, killing a person and injuring four others.

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