Salman Khan moves sessions court over culpable homicide charge

Salman KhanSalman Khan, who was freshly charged for culpable homicide not amounting to murder, in the 2002 hit-and-run case, has now moved a sessions court in Mumbai, challenging Magistrate’s order.

Reportedly, in his application, Salman Khan has called the magistrate’s order ‘bad in law’ and ‘erroneous’ and his application will be heard in court today.

On September 2002, Salman Khan rammed his Land Cruiser into a footpath killing one person and injuring 4. He was earlier being tried under section 304-A, i.e. for fast and irresponsible driving, which attracts a maximum phrase of 2 yrs however, in January this year, he was booked under 304-II (culpable homicide not amounting to murder), which attracts maximum punishment of 10 years.

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