A Mumbai session court come with a case trail on March 26. Last year, July 24, the session’s court framed charges against Salman for the more serious charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder. Previously he also faced a charge of rash and negligent driving, which attracts a two-year sentence. His car killed a person in Bandra West.
Salman Khan went for trail in November 2013. Salman was previously charged and tried by a Bandra magistrate’s court under the Indian Penal Code Section 304(A) (rash and negligent driving). After nearly 10 years, the magistrate had held that a case under IPC 304 (2) was made out against Salman and sent the case to a session’s court for trial, which he challenged. Besides IPC Section 304(2), Salman also faces charges of causing death by negligence, causing hurt by an act, causing grievous hurt and damage or mischief to property, and charges under the Motor Vehicles Act and the Bombay Prohibition Act.