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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 10:54pm | IP Logged
Thanks for sharing that article Shreya,  justice is served for many with this sentence. 

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 10:55pm | IP Logged
An article on the policemen to worked tirelessly to see the case to its conclusion:

It took cops 60 hours to find Salman Khan's missing case papers

By Vinay Dalvi and Shiva Devnath |Posted 3 hours
     

The papers went missing in August last year; if the hit-and-run case of 2002 reached a conclusion yesterday, it's because of the efforts of Assistant Sub-Inspector Dinesh Patkar and his colleagues at Bandra police station

Twelve years and numerous hearings later, the Salman Khan hit-and-run case finally ended yesterday with the Sessions court pronouncing the actor guilty of culpable homicide not amounting to murder.

2002 hit-and-run case: Salman Khan guilty, gets interim bail

Salman Khan. Pic/Bipin Kokate
Salman Khan. Pic/Bipin Kokate

Amidst the jubilation being expressed by the prosecution, one cannot forget to point out the efforts of a cop from Bandra police station who brought the case back from the brink of collapse.

Dinesh M Patkar, assistant sub-inspector at Bandra police station, was entrusted with the task of locating the missing documents
Dinesh M Patkar, assistant sub-inspector at Bandra police station, was entrusted with the task of locating the missing documents

In August 2014, while the Sessions court was recording statements of witnesses in the case, in which it was trying the actor for freshly added charges of culpable homicide not amounting to murder, it was brought to the notice of the judge that a set of 56 out of 63 crucial documents pertaining to the trial were missing.

The missing papers were found in this room, in the upper shelf of the rack behind the door to the cabin
The missing papers were found in this room, in the upper shelf of the rack behind the door to the cabin

These papers included statements of witnesses, panchnama, and the station diary entry of Bandra police station. A diary entry is a note made by the station officer immediately after being apprised of the incident.

Also read: Missing Salman Khan hit-and-run case papers found at Bandra police station

Salman Khan leaves his Bandra residence on his way to the Sessions court yesterday. Pic/Satyajit Desai
Salman Khan leaves his Bandra residence on his way to the Sessions court yesterday. Pic/Satyajit Desai

With these papers missing, the actor's lawyer, Shrikant Shivade, argued in court that the case could no longer be tried because the original papers were untraceable. Moreover, as witnesses turned hostile the prosecution could see its case imploding.

The Mumbai Police had already earned the ire of the court and the citizenry at large, for its lax handling of such vital documents; there were accusations of bribery. The court had given them a month's time to find the documents.

Search
Following court orders, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone IX) Satyanarayan Chaudhary, who had just taken charge, formed a team. D M Patkar, assistant sub-inspector at Bandra police station, was entrusted with the task of locating the missing documents.

"I have been in charge of the record room in Bandra police station since August 2013. Satyanarayan Chaudhury sir, my deputy commissioner of police, called me to his cabin and informed me about the missing case papers and its importance to the case.

He gave me the responsibility of tracing the documents along with other team members," Patkar said. The team comprised three other cops: Sub-Inspector Shekdar, Assistant Inspector Dukande and Constable Pange, all from Bandra police station.

Bandra police station was undergoing renovation at that time, and it was difficult to find anything at its intended place. "We browsed through the records in each and every officer's room and also the record room. Not a single rack or cupboard at the police station was left out," said Patkar. For 60 hours, the team laboured on in their quest to find the elusive documents.

Unexpected
On August 26, the team reached the cabin of Police Inspector (Administration) Kamble in the afternoon. The administration officer of every police station clears paperwork or gives permissions for local processions. Finding the documents related to a criminal trial here was akin to clutching at straws. Yet, not wanting to leave any stone unturned, the four cops entered the room.

"Behind the door in Kamble's cabin, there was a rack. In the upper shelf, we found a bundle of papers wrapped in a piece of red cloth. The bundle had gathered a thick layer of dust. We opened it and there was a big smile on everyone's faces. This was what we had been looking for, since the last 60 hours," Patkar recalled.

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A delighted Patkar informed DCP Chaudhary, who passed on the news to Commissioner of Police Rakesh Maria. The cop congratulated the entire team for helping the force to save face. Preliminary investigations into the misplacement of the case papers revealed that they had last been kept in the possession of one constable Chavan, who was assistant to the former senior police inspector at Bandra police station.

After the court hearing, Chavan tabled the papers before the senior inspector and was supposed to deposit them back to the record room. However, Chavan kept it in his senior's cabin from where they were misplaced during refurbishment work.

Official speak
Milind Bharambe, joint commissioner of police, Mumbai Traffic division, was then the additional commissioner of police (west region). Recalling the search for the papers, he said, "We were continuously monitoring the situation and would take reviews every day. Patkar led the efforts to find the case papers."

Everybody pitched in
Besides tracing the papers, the police also had other equally difficult tasks of locating witnesses. Milind Bharambe, then additional commissioner of police (west region), told mid-day, "Many of the witnesses in the case were missing and tracing them was next to impossible.

We brought several witnesses from Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka where they had settled now. We did this swiftly without making any noise and that helped us a lot." Rajendra Kane, police inspector (crime), had visited these two states and succeeded in bringing the witnesses, many of whom had changed addresses, to testify in court. Around 27 witnesses testified in court.

Deputy Inspector General (Prisons) Bipin Kumar Singh, who was the DCP (Zone XI) in 2002, had supervised the case. He said, " I am very happy with the court's verdict. All our efforts have paid off. This was a high-profile case and we had built it on the basis of scientific and technical evidence."

- See more at: http://www.mid-day.com/articles/it-took-cops-60-hours-to-find-salman-khans-missing-case-papers/16191172#sthash.DbQFwMRB.dpuf

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 10:59pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by abby_girl30

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

I read about him a few months back and  it was truly disheartening, yet people want me to believe that Salman has "suffered" so much, he might have a bit but then he kept evading the punishment for his selfish purposes and an honest man like Patil got crushed because he couldn't match Salman's power and money, he is the one I feel most for and for me, he is the true hero.

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 11:05pm | IP Logged
^exactly no one mentions about Patil's suffering, the price he paid for being honest.

It's all about Salman who "paid the price already" bullshitSleepy

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 11:12pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by abby_girl30

^exactly no one mentions about Patil's suffering, the price he paid for being honest.

It's all about Salman who "paid the price already" bullshitSleepy

I want Salman in jail so that he  feel some of the desolation Ravindra must have felt for going against the mighty, call me vindictive but he knowingly let a man like patil die without much remorse. He could have surrendered a long time ago but he didn't.

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 11:19pm | IP Logged
If Bhai is such a nice, humble guy with a big heart then where the f**k was he when Patil was suffering?????


oh I get it by then he didn't have Reshma Shetty to direct his ass into putting up a "nice human being" facade for the society and his fans...I am extra salty tonight LOL

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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 11:25pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by nkapoor001

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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...

no the jail term is for 2.5yrs indian law considers day and night one day

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How many years was Jail announced for Sunjay? It was 3 years and he is serving exactly 3 years, isn't he? It wasn't like they said 6 years? Confused
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Posted: 06 May 2015 at 11:25pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Javed__

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




^^ Thats what SC said in it's verdict for Pereira case, unlike Salman, the accused didn't mislead the court, perjure and there were many technicalities , yet SC chided about the punishment. 

Before we compere, lets look at the legal sections meted on Salman. 

Ridiculous foolish comparisons. 

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