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Enycedoll IF-Rockerz

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 7:45pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by AllBlacks1

Originally posted by Enycedoll

hes been found guilty, has he been setenced? if so, for how long? 

Yup, 5 years. 

thats it?

he needs to man up and serve. 

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Kulfii. IF-Rockerz

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 8:11pm | IP Logged
Court pronounced him Guilty... atleast this day came. When will he actually go to the prison remains to be seen. 

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 8:38pm | IP Logged
Salman should have just plead guilty right when it happened. he would have been out jail a long time back & this case would have been over. Dragging it just made it worst. 
He'll be 54 when he comes out. That sucks...

Edited by -ILoVeGautam- - 06 May 2015 at 8:40pm

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 9:10pm | IP Logged

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 9:39pm | IP Logged

2006 drunk Pereira killed 7 road accident Mumbai. 6 months imprisonment 25 lakhs fine. On appeal 3yrs.Nanda 2007 ranover6 only 2yrs jail.

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 10:48pm | IP Logged
I was watching a  report on NDTV where they showed an old interview of the cop named Ravinder Patil who had accompanied Salman during this accident.

I personally had never known that it were 3 people in the car that night,so I asked my dad about him and was very shocked to learn what happened with that guy.

He was a local cop given to Salman as his guard, he was the first guy who spoke the truth about Salman driving that night. He said it was Salman on driver seat, he was sitting next to Salman and the driver was sitting behind.

He said I told Salman to be careful but he was in a  drunk state and ramped the car on footpath where some people were sleeping. All this cop did was speak the truth fearlessly and what he got in return was pressure from his seniors (due to Khan family's influence) to withdraw the statement, he got death threats as well from goons BUT he still stuck to his statement.

He got transferred to the worst places by the seniors to demean him and then he went underground one day while being on duty. His family had no clue where he was and they pretty much didn't want anything to do with him either.  He supposedly went underground to save his own life after getting many death threats. He returned back after 4 months. He still stayed true to his statement but the police department put a case on him for absconding duty without any notice (something of that sorts) and fired him from the job as well. So then he gets jail for 2 years and since he is a poor man, he ended up finishing his sentence.

After he returned from jail, he was again no where to be seen. After 2-3 years of leaving the jail he was found in a Maharashtra hospital fighting tuberculosis. He was left in the hospital till his end days because his TB was in final stages and he ultimately died there only.

So here is a man who did only one thing, speak the truth against a powerful celebrity. He lost his job, went 2 years to prison for only making an attempt to save his life, was beaten up inside the jail, given death threats, his family abandoned him too so they don't get harassed courtesy him and ultimately he got TB which took his life.

His life isn't less of a tragedy compared to the deceased that day. Hope Patil's soul RIP

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 10:53pm | IP Logged
Here is the reaction from Patil's family:

My son's soul can now rest in peace, says Ravindra Patil's mother

By Vinod Kumar Menon |Posted 2 hours

Says Sushilabai Patil, mother of constable Ravindra Patil, who was Salman Khan's bodyguard and testified that he was at the wheel; during the case, she saw her son's downward spiral into alcoholism and, later, his death due to tuberculosis

"Today, my son's soul can truly rest in peace." These are the sentiments of Sushilabai Patil, the mother of Ravindra Patil, who was the bodyguard of actor Salman Khan on that fateful night. It was Ravindra's testimony, in which he said it was Khan who was driving the car under influence of alcohol, that was the key evidence in the actor being pronounced guilty by the Sessions court yesterday.

Also read: 2002 Salman Khan hit-and-run case verdict: Victim talks about court's ruling

A frail Ravindra Patil in his home at Naigaon police quarters in 2007. He died, penniless, of tuberculosis at the Sewri TB Hospital the same year. File pic
A frail Ravindra Patil in his home at Naigaon police quarters in 2007. He died, penniless, of tuberculosis at the Sewri TB Hospital the same year. File pic

Speaking to mid-day from Dhule, Virendra Patil (46), Ravindra's elder brother, who works as a constable with the State Reserve Police Force in the same town, stated that his 65-year-old mother always blamed Khan for his younger brother's death.

Also read: 2002 hit-and-run verdict: Salman Khan proven guilty of all charges

"Though he died of tuberculosis, he was fit and fine till this case occurred. His health went into a downward spiral after the incident and during the case (proceedings). My mother believed it was Salman Khan and the stress of the case that led to my brother's health and, subsequently, his death."

Also read: Here's why Salman Khan is controversy's favourite child in Bollywood

"On Wednesday, my mother was glued to the television since morning. She was happy at the guilty verdict, as she believed justice, though delayed, has not been denied," stated Virendra. "I was on duty when I learnt the news about the conviction and punishment pronounced by the court.

This incident changed our lives forever and he (Ravindra) was heavily on alcohol thereafter," he added. Interestingly, Kailash Patil, the second eldest brother of Ravindra, is also a constable with Mumbai Police. He, too, had deposed in the Sessions court during the trial.

Photos: Shah Rukh Khan and other Bollywood celebs visit Salman

Ravindra used to stay in Room 61 of Building number 3 at the Naigaon police quarters. A monthly rent of Rs 230 was deducted from his salary as rent for the 180-sq ft room (see box).

Police constables who were colleagues of Ravindra Patil, on condition of anonymity, said that Patil had taken an emergency loan of Rs 70,000 on July 10, 2004, and another personal loan of Rs 34,300 on September 29, 2007 from the Police Co-operative Credit Society, Naigaon Police headquarters.

As per the records, he had cleared only Rs 59,013 and still owed Rs 45,287 to the Co-operative Credit Society. An elected representative of the Credit Society said, "Soon after Patil's demise, his balance loan amount was waived using the funds from gangajali' account, wherein member constables contribute Rs 50 towards the said account and the corpus is used to clear such bad debts, when a constable dies before repaying his loan."

mid-day had carried a series of reports on Patil's declining health and his being diagnosed with the disease. The ailing cop spent his last days at the civic TB hospital in Sewri, where he died in 2007, penniless. The credit society has now tied up with a private insurance company in order to secure the loans given to constables in case of their untimely demise.

'His room was a mess'
Every room in the police quarter is allotted on the basis of availability. Before anyone shifts into the room, they make inquiries about its previous occupants. The current occupant is Ganesh Navale, who works with the D N Nagar traffic police and has been staying here for the last seven years.

His father, Vasudev, who stays next door in room number 60, told mid-day that the room was a mess when they were allotted it. "When we got the flat, it was very dirty. We spent almost R1 lakh to make it liveable. The electricity bill had Rs 7,000 pending and I paid it from my own pocket. I then got the meter transferred to my name," Vasudev said.

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