In a twist in a tale, Salman's driver, Ashok Singh has confessed to being responsible for the 2002 hit-and-run case.
Public prosecutor Pradeep Gharat said, "The driver Ashok Singh has been put up by the defence. He has told the court that he was driving the vehicle at the time of the accident."
Earlier, Salman had denied allegations that, he was under the influence of liquor and that, he was driving the car at the time of mishap.
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Besides the charge of culpable homicide (Sec 304 part two Indian Penal Code), the actor is also facing charges of causing death of one person by negligent driving (Sec 279), causing hurt to persons by act endangering personal safety (Sec 337) and causing damage to property (Sec 427).
He is also facing charges under the provisions of Motor Vehicles Act (driving without licence), and provisions of Bombay Prohibition Act (driving after consuming liquor).
The case dates back to September 2002, when Salman Khan had allegedly rammed his Toyota Land Cruiser on the people, who were sleeping on a pavement next to a bakery in Bandra, which killed one and injured four others.