Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case: Supreme Court To Hear PIL Against Bail


Right after the Salman Khan was provided bail in a decision made by Bombay High Court, a PIL was filed against this decision in the Supreme Court.

Now, the SC has made a big blow to Salman Khan as it has accepted to hear the PIL challenging the High Court’s order for granting the bail to Bollywood superstar Salman in the 2002 Hit and Run Case.

Bajrangi Bhaijaan is the first film of his in the year 2015. It went very well. Currently, the star is busy enjoying the success of his latest release.

He was awarded a 5 year sentence by the session’s court, but got bail in the High Court on 8th May 2015.

The plea has asked to put stay on High Court’s order on Khan’s appeal. Moreover, it has also asked to order Salman “to surrender before the jail authorities in accordance with the rules.”

This PIL challenging the HC’s order has been filed by Yashwant Singh, a journalist. According to him, the actor has enjoyed the preferential treatment violating legal principles.

While suspending the actor’s sentence and giving him bail, the Bombay HC cited a previous decision of the Supreme Court. It said that the sessions court gave order of both conviction and sentence on the same day, which is against the judgement of the Supreme Court of India.

Salman’s appeal against his conviction is still pending in the High Court.

β€œHe has been on bail for a long time and his liberty was not curtailed. Normally, in such cases, the appeal is admitted and an accused is granted bail,” Justice Abhay Thipsay had said.

Two days before giving regular bail to the actor, the High Court had given 48-hour interim bail.

The problems for Salman Khan has increased. Now he has to defend himself in Supreme Court too, along with his previous cases running.

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