Mumbai, Feburary 16 (CINEWS): The Supreme Court on Monday declined to enthrall a supplication looking for a CBI investigation into affirmations that Salman Khan and his relatives depended on degenerate means for getting exoneration for the Bollywood star in a 2002 attempt at manslaughter case.
A seat of Justices J S Khehar and R Banumathi released a PIL recorded by a backer claiming that Khan’s family had spent Rs 25 crore for securing quittance in the disputable case in the Bombay high court. The applicant alluded to a news report in which Salman’s dad Salim Khan was cited as saying that he spent Rs 25 crore for the situation. “These are wild charges and with no premise.
They more likely than not spent Rs 25 crore on legal advisors. Where is he saying that he obtained somebody,” the seat said. The PIL charged that Salman and his relatives had “succeeded” in controlling police and the legal framework to secure exoneration.