Criminal intimidation case on Salman Khan: Journalist Ashok Pandey had alleged that the actor snatched his mobile phone while cycling on a Mumbai road after some media persons started clicking his pictures.
The Bombay High Court on Thursday (May 5) extended till June 13 the stay on summons issued to actor Salman Khan by a trial. For you: All-time Top Ten Highest Grossing movies in India [May 2022]
The court in connection with the alleged misbehavior of a journalist in 2019. A magistrate’s court had in March this year issued.
summons to Salman Khan and his bodyguard Nawaz Shaikh and directed them to appear on April 5.
The order was passed on a complaint filed against the duo through journalist Ashok Pandey, alleging that they were threatened. You may like: FIR registered: FIR registered against Ekta Kapoor in Hyderabad, know what is the whole matter?
He was also assaulted. Last month, Salman Khan approached the High Court challenging the summons.
Ban on summons imposed till June 13
Criminal intimidation case on Salman Khan: On April 5, the High Court had stayed the summons till May 5. Later, Salman Khan’s bodyguard Sheikh also filed a petition challenging the summons.
On Thursday, both the petitions came up for hearing before a single bench of Justice NJ Jamadar.
The court extended till June 13 the stay on summons against both Salman Khan and his bodyguard. Also read: Rubina Dilaik becomes the first contestant of ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi 12’, all set for the stunt show
Ashok Pandey had alleged that the actor snatched his mobile phone while cycling on a Mumbai road after some media persons started clicking his pictures.
Pandey said in his complaint that the actor allegedly started an argument and threatened him. Salman Khan, in his petition.
claimed that there were contradictions and corrections in Ashok Pandey’s complaint and that he had not said anything to Ashok Pandey at the time of the alleged incident. Don’t miss: Jayeshbhai Jordaar: Ranveer Singh’s film caught in controversy before release, demand raised to remove this scene
Metropolitan Magistrate RR Khan had issued summons to Salman Khan and Shaikh on March 23, observing that a police report submitted in the case stated.
Salman will have to appear before the court
The issuance of a summon marks the initiation of criminal proceedings before a Metropolitan or Judicial Magistrate on the basis of a complaint lodged by a person.