According to a source close to the development of the Salman Khan case, the Mumbai Court has asked the police to investigate and present the report.

A source close to the development in the Salman Khan case has clarified that the Mumbai court has asked the police to investigate and present the report in the Salman Khan case.

The source shared: “The police did not present the FIR, so he went to court asking for a FIR to be submitted. The court did not allow that. He only asked the police to investigate and file a report. It is the order of the section 202. is an accountant / cross complaint too. ”

The Andheri Court magistrate had ordered an investigation against Salman Khan in case of misconduct against a journalist from Mumbai. The development comes months after the journalist, Ashok Pandey, moved to the court to request the registration of FIR against Salman and his bodyguards, who allegedly assaulted him despite seeking permission to click on his photos in his mobile phone.

The incident took place on April 24, when Salman Khan was riding a bicycle during which he was escorted by two of his bodyguards. Pandey told a newspaper that he was riding in a car when he saw Khan. Seeing him, Pandey began filming him after asking permission from Khan’s bodyguard. He said this enraged Salman and his bodyguards arrived in his car and began hitting Pandey.

Pandey also alleged that Salman also assaulted him and threatened him with serious consequences that made him approach the authorities. However, they refused to register their complaint.

Police said no crime was committed. Because of this, Pandey approached the Andheri Court and requested the registration of FIR against Salman Khan and his bodyguards.

The magistrate at the Andheri Court ordered an investigation against Salman Khan in case of misconduct against a journalist from Mumbai who had been crooked in general circulation without any basis. The development comes months after the journalist, Ashok Pandey, moved to the court to request the registration of FIR against Salman and his bodyguards, who allegedly assaulted him despite seeking permission to click on his photos on his phone mobile that was on a bicycle.

In a previous PTI report, it was claimed that Pandey demanded that the trio be reserved under section 323 (causing harm), section 392 (theft), section 506 (criminal intimidation), section 426 (mischief) and section 34 (common intention) of the CPI.

The incident took place on April 24, when Salman Khan was riding a bicycle during which he was escorted by two of his bodyguards. Pandey told the newspaper that he was riding in a car when he saw Khan. Seeing him, Pandey began filming him after seeking permission from Khan’s bodyguard. He said this enraged Salman and his bodyguards arrived in his car and began hitting Pandey. Pandey also alleged that Salman also assaulted him and threatened him with serious consequences. Then, when Pandey approached the police, they refused to register their complaint. Police said no crime was committed. Because of this, Pandey approached the Andheri metropolitan court and requested the registration of FIR against Salman Khan and his bodyguards. In a previous PTI report, it was claimed that Pandey demanded that the trio be reserved under section 323 (causing harm), section 392 (theft), section 506 (criminal intimidation), section 426 (mischief) and section 34 (common intention) of the CPI.

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