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´╗┐Salman Khan launches website to tell truth about court cases

Mumbai, June 26: Days after the shocking court decision on Salman Khan, the Bollywood actor finally broke his silence. The actor on Wednesday, June 26 launched his own website which would give all details regarding the court cases involving the actor.

The landing page of Salman Khans website says, Certain court cases are filed against me. There is widespread media reporting of these cases. The reports are sometimes inaccurate and misleading, and cause damage to my reputation, both personal and professional.

Continuing the statement, the actor said, I encourage all those interested in knowing about the cases, particularly the media, to verify facts available on this site.

Salmans latest move of launching the site has been taken following a Mumbai session courts decision of dismissing his plea in connection with 2002 hit and run case.

Overruling Salmans plea, the court decided that he would be tried in culpable homicide charge which implicates a jail term of 10 year.

The actor had appealed against a magistrates order for his retrial in the 2002 hitandrun case under stringent charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder.

Salman Khan was earlier tried by a magistrate under lesser charge of causing death by negligence Section 304A of IPC, that provides for a maximum punishment of two years in jail.

Advancing his argument against invoking the grave charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder under section 304 part II IPC, Salmans lawyer Ashok Mundargi had pleaded that the magistrates order was erroneous, bad in law and contrary to evidence on record.

The magistrate, he contended, had failed to appreciate that Salman Khan had neither the intention to kill people nor the knowledge that his rash and negligent driving would kill a person and cause injury to four others..