Witness claims Salman Khan had no licence in hit-and-run case

Salman Khan
Salman Khan

The hit-and-run case involving Salman Khan has taken another twist today after a witness claimed that he was driving without a licence.

The Indian Express reports that an assistant inspector at Regional Transport Office (RTO) had obtained a driving licence in 2004 only and was driving without a licence when the accident occurred in 2002.

The witness produced the records of the actor�۪s driving license before the court when he was examined by Public Prosecutor Pradeep Gharat.

A sub-inspector also gave evidence in court today who claims he had accompanied Khan to J J hospital for a blood test. The witness said that the actor was taken to doctor Shashikant Pawar for the blood test to find out whether he had consumed alcohol.

Extracts from The Indian Express

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