'Salman didn't go missing; It's not hit-and-run case'

'Salman didn't go missing; It's not hit-and-run case'

As the hearing date in the infamous 2002 hit-and-run case is nearing, father Salim Khan defends his son Salman Khan and says that it's not a hit-and-run case as his son didn't go missing after the accident.

The veteran writer said that after the accident, Salman had undergone alcohol test and had even recorded his statement with the police, as per a Hindustan Times report.

He also stated that no one can declare him guilty until the court proceedings are over.

Seemingly irked by the controversies around his son, Salim Khan said that his son has helped a number of accident victims, but no one talks about that.

Divulging more about his son, the worried father said that Salman is very compassionate.

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