B-town superstar Salman Khan has filed a caveat in Supreme Court today asking to grant him a hearing before passing any order against Maharashtra government’s appeal in the 2002 Hit and run case.
The Maharashtra government has already filed a Special Leave Petition (SLP) before the Supreme Court challenging the Bombay High Court in the 2002 hit-and-run case.
According to the appeal the evidence of whole incidence Ravindra Patil, who was with Salman in the Toyota Land Cruiser, was legally tenable and its rejection was wrong. Patil was the Salman’s bodyguard who had said Salman was driving drunk and had ignored his warnings. In 2007 Patil was died due to tuberculosis and when the High Court examined his testimonies, it held the evidence was not admissible under law.