Salman Khan in Legal Trouble Yet Again: Journalist Ashok S. Pandey Files Criminal Complaint

Salman Khan in Legal Trouble Yet Again: Journalist Ashok S. Pandey Files Criminal Complaint

Salman Khan is in legal trouble again as a journalist named Ashok Pandey has filed a case against him. The matter will come up for hearing on 12 July and the court will decide whether the police will be directed to conduct an investigation.
Salman Khan in Legal Trouble Yet Again: Journalist Ashok S. Pandey Files Criminal Complaint
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A broadcast journalist from Mumbai has lodged a criminal complaint against Salman Khan and his partners on charges of ambush, risk, misuse and others, announced a foreign media outlet. Ashok S. Pandey, the Maharashtra head of a foreign news channel, has documented the criminal body of evidence against Salman, his assistant Vijay and another obscure individual, his legal counselor Neeraj Gupta said. “The matter will come up for hearing on 12 July. At that time, the court will decide whether the police will be directed to conduct an investigation or issue summons to the accused.”

In the supplication, Pandey said that he was driving with his cameraman Sayyed Irfan from Juhu to Kandivli on 24 April, when he saw Salman Khan cycling out and about. Two of his helpers were accompanying him. Pandey said in his grumbling that he looked for consent from the two helpers to film Khan, which they consented to.
Be that as it may, when he began taping the entertainer, the two associates bounced into Pandey's vehicle and started attacking him, Gupta said. Indeed, even Salman additionally supposedly participate, ambushed Pandey, grabbed his versatile and attempted to annihilate it and erase significant information from it. Stunned, Pandey began moving towards an Indian police headquarters to record a complaint. In any case, he asserted that the star on-screen character again manhandled him and attempted to get his telephone.

Pandey's attorney additionally guaranteed he at first recorded his objection yet after almost two months, cops arranged the case, saying there was no offense in the issue. In the meantime, Pandey said that Khan's delegate called him and apparently admitted to the mischief, mentioning him to settle the issue. Be that as it may, Pandey declined to any settlement. Pandey has engaged an Indian court to guide the police to lead a nitty gritty request in the issue and make reasonable move under the law against the denounced for the supposed offenses submitted by them.

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