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    Salman Khan Not Guilty In The 2002 Hit-And-Run Case, Says Bombay High Court

    Bombay High Court says Salman Khan cannot be convicted in the 2002 hit-and-run case as prosecution has failed to establish that the actor was driving under the influence of alcohol.

    Salman Khan walks free, acquitted of all charges in the 2002 hit-and-run case.

    Hit and run case: Order of the sessions court set aside, Bombay HC acquits Salman Khan

    The actor was embroiled for thirteen years in the infamous hit and run case.

    The actor's Toyota Land Cruiser had rammed into five people sleeping outside a bakery in Hill Road on the wee hours of September 28th, 2002.

    Lots of fans gather outside Bombay High Court as Salman Khan is acquitted

    One man was killed and the rest were injured.

    Bombay High Court ruled that Salman Khan can't be convicted as prosecution failed to establish that he driving under the influence of alcohol.

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