Relief for Salman Khan as Rajasthan HC admits 5 witnesses

The move means the case will now linger as the lower court will have to re-examine the five prosecution witnesses.

By: Express News Service | Jaipur | Updated: July 29, 2015 5:40 am
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The Rajasthan High Court provided relief to actor Salman Khan in the Arms Act case on Tuesday, by admitting five witnesses that a lower court had refused to bring in.

The move means the case will now linger as the lower court will have to re-examine the five prosecution witnesses.

A lower court had turned down Salman’s request to introduce five witnesses in the case, following which he had approached the High Court in Jodhpur with a criminal miscellaneous petition. Justice Nirmal Jeet Kaur heard the matter on Tuesday and admitted the five prosecution witnesses for re-examination including former Jodhpur collector Rajat Mishra.

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    Petty
    Jul 29, 2015 at 1:34 pm
    SALMAN KHAN CASES SHOULD BE CLOSE AS HE HAS BETTER THINGS LIKE BEING HUMAN THAN ATTENTING THESE FAKE CASES ON HIM.
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    1. @suman1938
      Jul 29, 2015 at 9:24 am
      This is the modus opeandi of the rich to keep on postponing cases in which they are vulnerable for decades in connivance with courts at all levels. All criminal activities including rape, extortion, terrorist activity, murder, you name it, will not lessen unless and until the nexus between courts and advocates is broken.
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