Former IPS officer takes on Mumbai police in Salman Khan hit-and-run case
Vol 3 | Issue 43
Many are wondering how the trial got over in about 2 years in Nooriya hit-and-run case, and how it happened in just about 1 year in the Alistair Pereira case.
But the (actor) Salman Khan hit-and-run case is more than 10 years old, yet end of the trial is nowhere in sight. What exactly happened?
Salman Khan is busy in his acting career as the case simply drags on (Photo: IANS)
Documents reveal that the delay is on account of sustained acts of omissions and commissions done by Mumbai Police which has helped Salman Khan time and again. Thus as the case drags on, Salman makes hundreds of crores (of rupees).
See for yourself the startling saga getting unfolded on how Mumbai Police abused their official position and helped Salman Khan in several ways to continuously prolong the trial of this hit-and-run case.
Relevant documents shall be given to the press.
VENUE:Marathi Patrakar Sangh, Mumbai.
DATE AND TIME:2 November, 2012 at 4.30 PM
YP Singh is a former IPS officer and a practicing lawyer
Unlike many whistle-blowers who regret having quit the services, Singh has no regrets