On Tuesday, new documents were produced by the prosecution before the special court at the trial of the infamous Salman Khan's hit-and-run case.
The documents mentioned that the actor did not possess alcohol permit when his vehicle allegedly met with an accident in 2002. The prosecution produced four letters from four different excise offices, which stated that the actor did not possess permit to consume alcohol. The prosecution also produced letters from two RTO center which specified that the actor did not have license on the day of the accident.
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Meanwhile the defense advocate has asked permission from the court to allow him to re-examine the appointed investigating officer, Rajendra Kadam, in order to clarify a few points in connection with the statement given by the deceased witness, Ravindra Patil. It was opposed by the prosecution.
However, the examination has been adjourned to March 24 due to lack of time.
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.