‘No cognisable offence’ was made out against Shah Rukh Khan during the IPL tournament at the Wankhede stadium in 2012, as per the Mumbai Police who have informed a Magistrates Court.
According to��Asian Age, the Police said in a report, ���After the investigation, it was found that no cognisable offence had taken place�, to the Court.
A local activist, suspected to be Amit Maru for publicity (who filed a petition against SRK in the High Court in 2008), filed a private complaint in the Court with regards to the incident at the stadium, alleged because the actor was abusing security personnel.
SRK had told the police that after his team, the Kolkata Knight Riders had won the match, his children and their friends had entered the stadium. ��Security guard Vikas Dalvi had asked them to leave, but the actor told him that he was with them and not to touch the children and friends. ��Thereafter, SRK’s business manager took the children out of the stadium.
The actor had told the Police that he had got angry after he was spoken to incorrectly. ��The Mumbai Cricket Association had placed a ban on the actor for five years, which was lifted last year.
So, expect to see more of SRK in future IPL tournaments.