The prosecutor thrashed the testimony of Salman Khan's driver in the 2002 hit-and-run case. He termed the driver a liar and suggested that strong action must be taken against him.
While arguing the case, the prosecutor, Pradeep Gharat lashed out at the driver for telling the court that he was driving the car and not Salman when, the accident occurred.
He further argued, "Ashok Singh is liable to be prosecuted for perjury (giving false evidence on oath) as there are circumstances to suggest that he was telling a lie."
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He added that the evidence of the actor's driver should be discarded because his statement (that Salman Khan was not behind the wheel) had not been suggested by any witnesses. This piece of evidence had been introduced after the prosecution closed its case and the accused deposed before the court to give his statement under section 313 of Cr.Pc.
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.