06 May 2015

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Time Line Salman Khan sentenced to 5 years in jail in hit and run case

In Depth Time Line Bollywood star  Salman Khan sentenced to 5 years in jail in hit and run case

Salman Khan Granted to bail not to go to Jail
He got interim relief
Next two days he will not go to jail.
Rarely this happens in Court.

Bollywood star Salman Khan was today sentenced to five years in jail in the 2002 hit-and-run case

The court said that no further compensation needed to be provided to the victims as the Rs 19.5 lakh that the actor handed over in the past was adequate.
The court held that Salman was driving under the influence of alcohol and also did not have a driving license.

Now for Salman Khan will have to approach to High Court for bail.
Bombay High Court  to hear Salman Khan's bail plea at 4pm today

Once Bombay High Court give him bail after that how many years Bombay High Court will need to give the verdict ?
Can you guess it
1 year or 10 year or 12 years or 50 years how many years just guess it or think on it

Salman Khan will be taken to the Arthur road jail

After 12 years judgement came
Crime happened in year 2002
Judgement 2015

Salman Khan was charged under following sections
IPC sections 304 part II (culpable homicide not amounting to murder) which attracts upto 10 years in prison;
Section 279 (rash and negligent driving) which stipulates six months jail;
Section 337 and 338 (causing hurt by act endangering life and causing grievous hurt respectively) with punishment up to two years,
Section 427 (mischief causing damage to property) with maximum punishment of upto two years

Under Motor Vehicles Act, Khan has been charged under Sections 34(a), (b) read with 181 (driving vehicle in contravention of rules) and 185 (driving at great speed after consuming alcohol).

Following is the Time Line of Salman Khan Hit and Run Case

September 28, 2002:
Salman's white-color Toyota Land Cruiser crashes into American Express Bakery at Hill Road at Bandra killing one person and injuring four others.
Salman's blood samples taken.
Salman arrested by Bandra police, granted bail.

Names of the poor people who were killed or injured in the accident
Nurullah Mehboob Sharif, the man who was killed in the accident,
Kalim Mohammed Pathan - injured
Munna Malai Khan - injured
Abdullah Rauf Shaikh – injured
Muslim Shaikh – injured

October 1:
Salman booked under provisions of IPC, Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, and Bombay Prohibition Act, 1949

Oct 2002:
Mumbai Police invokes section 304-II of IPC i.e. culpable homicide not amounting to murder which attracts punishment of jail term of 10 years.

Oct 7, 2002:
Salman surrenders again before Bandra police, he is arrested.

Oct 21, 2002:
Mumbai police files charge sheet in Bandra magistrate court.

Oct 24, 2002:
 Salman granted bail.

March 2003:
Salman challenges application of section 304-II of IPC in Mumbai sessions court.

May 2003:
Sessions court rejects the plea, asks magistrate court to frame charges.

June 2003:
Salman moves Bombay High Court, which opines that section 304-II of IPC not application in the case.

October 2003:
Maharashtra government challenges Bombay HC order in Supreme Court.

December 2003:
SC rules that the magistrate court may decide whether section 304-II of IPC could be applied.

October 2006:
Magistrate frames charges against Salman.

October 3, 2007:
Police bodyguard Ravindra Patil, who filed the first FIR, dies of TB.

October 2011:
Prosecution demands Salman must be tried under harsher sections.

Year 2012 -
A Bandra Metropolitan Magistrate, who conducted the trial under lesser charge of rash and negligent driving, which carries a maximum punishment of two years, had in 2012 slapped the more serious offence of culpable homicide and committed the matter to the session’s court.

December 23, 2013:
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate V S Patil, after examining 17 witnesses, invokes the charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder on the actor and refers the case to session’s court for trial.

June 24, 2013:
Sessions court holds that culpable homicide charge is applicable, rejects Salman's appeal against the order of magistrate.

April 27, 2014:
Fresh trial begins in session’s court, first witness deposes.

July 24, 2014:
Charges framed against Salman in fresh trial by sessions court.

July 2014:
Files in the case disappear from Bandra police station. Original statements of 63 witnesses reported missing. Court orders inquiry.

September 12, 2014:
Files found and produced before court.

September 2014:
Pradeep Gharat appointed Special Public Prosecutor in this case.

March 25, 2015:
Prosecution closes evidence after examining 24 witnesses.

March 27:
Salman's statement recorded under section 313 CrPC by Additional Sessions Judge D W Deshpande.

March 31:
Salman's driver Ashok Singh examined as defence witness, says he was driving the car and not the actor.

April 1:
Prosecution beings arguments.

April 10:
Salman's lawyer begins arguments.

April 20:
Arguments conclude.

April 21: Court says it would give judgement on May 6.

May 6:
All charges against Salman Khan are proven in the case. The actor is pronounced guilty by Mumbai's Session Court.
Sentenced to 5 years Jail

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KAHKASHAN KHAN May 07, 2015  

Interesting & informative post.

rudraprayaga May 08, 2015  

If he is guilty let him get his punishment. If not let God save him.No sin goes unpunished.But now money and power lift the sinners from any crime.

Renu May 08, 2015  

I feel that he is being victimised due to his celebrity status...In a country like India there are so many cases happening everyday..do all of them get even caught or give any compensation even..
Punishment should be for two reasons..one that nobody does that again, secondly to make the life better for affected people..
Five years is too harsh..putting him in jail is not going to serve any purpose, instead it may harm many other ordinary people working in the projects.

Sandhya May 08, 2015  

I am not worried:) He will come out on bail often and finish all his movies and sign for more!