Although Salman khan is claiming that he wasn’t on the driver’s seat but two of the witnesses have identified the actor. The witness, who was injured in the accident, had claimed that he saw Mr Khan getting out from the driver’s side of the Toyota Land Cruiser. One of the survivors claimed that the actor was so drunk on the night of the accident that he fell down, then got up and ran away from the accident site. Although one of the witness, Francis Fernandes who lived close to the accident spot told the court that the actor looked normal and didn’t smell of alcohol.
An eyewitness in the case, Mohammed Muslim Shaikh had complained to the police that he had received threats on the telephone and had been asked to accept money.
In this case one person was killed and four others were injured when a car allegedly driven by Salman Khan rammed into a bakery shop on September 28, 2002.
Khan was earlier being tried for causing death by negligence, however a retrial was ordered in December last year and the actor is now being retried for culpable homicide not amounting to murder, which could land him behind the bars for almost ten years.
eatedly denied him bail.