Mumbai: The hit-and-run case involving Bollywood actor Salman Khan is getting complicated with time. According to the latest reports, an RTO official, a witness in the case has said that he actor did not have his driving license on the ill-fated night.
According to reports from the Regional Transport Office (RTO), Salman, who is facing the trial for allegedly being behind the wheels of his SUV during the unfortunate accident, had no driving license at that time.
The statement was given by the RTO officer, who was asked to confirm by a sessions court on whether or not the 49 year-old actor had a valid license during the time when the incident took place. Reports suggest that the witness, told Session Judge D W Deshpande that the actor had obtained driving license only in 2004.
One person died and four were injured when a car, allegedly driven by Khan, ran over them in suburban Bandra on September 28, 2002.