FIR to be registered against Salman Khan for criminal intimidation and robbery

| Wednesday, April 8, 2015 - 12:24
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MUMBAI: It seems that the black buck poaching case and the 2002 hit-and-run case were not enough for the ‘Dabangg’ actor that he has now invited another controversy for himself. Actor Salman Khan will soon be tried for another case now for criminal intimidation and robbery now, reports said.

The Andheri court has reportedly asked for an FIR to be registered against Salman for criminal intimidation and robbery on a Mumbai-Delhi flight. The actor apparently along one of his bodyguards Vishal was caught involved into a fight with Brashtachaar Nirmoolan Samiti member, Ravindra Moorat Dwivedi last year on November 4. (Also Read: The ‘historic’ 2002 hit-and-run case involving Salman Khan – All you need to know)

Believing the claims made by Dwivedi, Khan and his bodyguard manhandled him and snatched some important documents of Late BJP leader, Gopinath Munde that he was carrying in the flight.

As quoted by news daily, RC Naghbire, a senior inspector from Andheri police station, Dwivedi stated that he was carrying few important documents regarding the death of BJP leader Gopinath Munder which he supposedly had to hand over to the government. 

The Brashtachaar Nirmoolan Samiti member alleged that the Bollywood megastar during the fight got into a fight with him and snatched the documents from him.

While the Andheri court has indicated Dwivedi to record an FIR against Salman, the inspector said, “No FIR has been filed so far but I have already forwarded the details and the FIR would be registered in the case by Wednesday morning.” 

Well, if this case is further escalated to another controversial court case, then Salman will be tried under Sections 392 for robbery, 323 for causing hurt, 504 for insult with intention to provoke breach of peace and 506 for criminal intimidation of the Indian Penal Code. (Also Read: “I was not driving the car”, Salman Khan says in the court)


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