Salman Khan lawyer demanded examination of singer actor Kamaal Khan witness, In a new curve in the progressing 2002 mishap case including Bollywood star Salman Khan, his legal advisor on Monday requested examination of artist performing artist Kamaal Khan as a witness in the Bombay High Court.
Salman’s attorney Amit Desai presented an application to Justice A.R. Joshi, who coordinated the administration pleader and boss open prosecutor Sandeep Shinde to record the state’s oral or composed answer by Tuesday.
Salman Khan lawyer demanded examination of singer actor Kamaal Khan witness
“Kamaal Khan’s name was said in the FIR and the charge sheet but the arraignment did not inspect him as a witness. Regardless of the possibility that the indictment did not look at him, then the educated trial judge ought to have called for it. Under Section 391 of the Criminal Procedure Code, the Bombay High Court can summon a witness,” Desai contended.
Equity Joshi coordinated that the application must be numbered before the end of Monday, a duplicate given to the general population prosecutor and the state ought to record its answer by Tuesday when further contentions will proceed.
A month ago, Desai had contended that the indictment did not look at star witness Kamaal Khan and Salman’s sibling Sohail Khan, which could have tossed light on certain pivotal parts of the September 28, 2002 mischance case in Bandra West in which one asphalt occupant was killed and four others were harmed.
He fought that as opposed to putting the confirmation of police constable and the performing artist’s bodyguard Ravindra Patil – who kicked the bucket in 2007 – the indictment ought to have inspected Kamaal Khan and Sohail Khan, as both could have tossed light on drinking, while Kamaal could have given proof on the inebriated driving angle.
On Patil, who was the first source and even held up the FIR on September 28, 2002, Desai said that in his announcement, there was no notice of the performing artist having devoured liquor and this supposedly became visible on October 1 in Patil’s supplementary proclamation.
The high court is at present listening to the 49-year-old Salman’s allure against the five-year sentence recompensed to him on May 6 by the Mumbai Sessions Court.