Salman Khan seeks High Court permission to travel to Dubai


Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, was convicted in the 2002 Hit & Run Case, but the Dabangg Khan was granted bail by the High Court on a condition that he will have to take permission to fly abroad. His passport too was kept there. Salman Khan who has just returned from Kashmir, today moved the Bombay High Court seeking permission to travel to Dubai for a show later this month.

Sources say, On May 6, Salman Khan was convicted by the sessions court here of ‘culpable homicide not amounting to murder’ and sentenced to five years in jail. His lawyers had applied for bail in the High Court. The High Court not only granted him bail but also suspended his sentence.

The High Court had applied a condition that, Salman would need to seek the court’s permission to travel abroad. Salman Khan therefore today filed an application seeking permission to fly to Dubai for a show on May 29. A vacation bench of the High Court is likely to hear it next week.

Salman Khan’s Hit & Run Case is regarding when Khan’s Toyota Land Cruiser ran over some people asleep on a pavement outside a bakery in suburban Bandra on September 28, 2002. In which one person was killed and four injured.