Salman Khan’s hit-and-run case final hearing started in the Bombay High Court on Thursday. Defence started with the request that a restriction on the media be imposed, Justice A R Joshi restricted the media to report on the facts related to the case and not pass any comments.
Defence started with the final hearing and reiterated that the appellant Salman Khan was not driving the car and it was the driver, who is their witness number 1, who was driving the car.
According to defence, the lower court did not believe the witness and questioned why he was presented after 13 years.
The defence stuck to the point that the sessions judge should not disregard a witness just because he was presented after 13 years. The defence counsel reiterated that the actor was neither drunk, nor was he driving the car.
Defence even asked if there was any eyewitness to prove if the actor was drunk. “Is there a single eyewitness to the fact that the appellant was drinking? The only witness that they brought is a waiter of the Rain Bar and manager, who said they saw him drinking, which was only white liquid.