Four more witnesses listed by industrialist Ness Wadia, accused of molesting, abusing Bollywood actress Preity Zinta during an IPL match on 30 May at Wankhede Stadium, have testified before the investigators, denying any arguments between the estranged couple, police said today.
The next hearing in Bollywood actor Salman Khan's infamous 2002 hit-and-run case has been adjourned till September 12, 2014. The Mumbai sessions court today ordered the IO (Investigating Officer) to be present in the court related to the case, and also asked for the filing of affadavit.
The latest reports in the Preity Zinta - Ness Wadia case suggest that the business scion has named nine people as witnesses. Earlier Preity had named over 30 people as her witness to the altercation at a IPL match.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan`s tryst with 2002 hit-and-run case continues as the actor reached Mumbai sessions court for the retrial where two more witnesses deposed today. In a dramatic twist, one of the witnesses has reportedly taken a u-turn. According to media reports, the witness has backed out from his statement given to the police officials earlier.
The police might finally get some lead in the Preity Zinta-Ness Wadia case as the 39 year-old actress will be landing in India on Sunday as asked by the Mumbai police, to give a detailed information of the entire incident as it happened.
New Delhi: After Bollywood superstar Salman Khan reached the Mumbai sessions court today, two witnesses identified him so far in relation to his 2002 hit-and-run case. The retrial of the infamous case began last week with witnesses deposing before the magistrate. The actor was seen accompanied by his sisters while entering the court. If found guilty, the actor could face jail term upto ten years.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's troubles seem to be a never ending saga. The re-trial of actor's most infamous 2002 hit-and-run case started Monday in the Mumbai sessions court. The trial began with a number of witnesses deposing before the court. However, the actor himself was missing from all the action.
The Supreme Court has expressed concern over absence of a witness protection programme saying it has resulted in witnesses turning hostile "frequently" and rise in unmerited acquittals in criminal cases.
The magisterial enquiry ordered by the Goa government into the death of two tribal youngsters has come a cropper with not a single civilian coming forward so far to depose before the authorities, a top official said on Saturday.