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‘High Court Dhan Payo’: Best tweets on Salman Khan acquittal


New Delhi: Salman Khan’s acquittal in 2002 hit-and-run case brought smiles on the faces of his delirious fans on Thursday who expressed their joy in this regard by dancing, bursting crackers and distributing sweets outside his home in Mumbai.

The verdict delivered by the Bombay High Court also shocked many who took to twitter, calling it a travesty of justice, for a homeless man, Nurullah Mahboob Shaikh, lost his life on the fateful night of September 28, 2002 after allegedly being run over by Khan’s Land Cruiser.

Here are top tweets on Khan’s acquittal:

And this was the best of them all.


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Actor Salman Khan Denies Rumours of Him Contesting in Lok Sabha Elections

Not contesting Lok Sabha elections, says Salman


Superstar Salman Khan on Thursday denied that he was campaigning for a political party or contesting himself in the coming Lok Sabha elections.

“Contrary to the rumours, I am not contesting elections nor campaigning for any political party…”, Salman tweeted after his previous tweet led to speculation that he is campaigning for the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Earlier in the day, the “Sultan” actor retweeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tweet, urging people “to exercise your right (to vote) and participate in making the Government”.

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Salman Khan. flickr

On March 13, Modi, on Twitter, requested several actors including Salman and Aamir Khan to “inspire and motivate youth in your own andaz (style) to vote so that we can strengthen democracy and our country”.

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The Lok Sabha elections are scheduled in seven phases from April 11 to May 19. The results will be announced on May 23. (IANS)