Thank you Salman, We Now Know How Rotten Our Justice System Is

Saturday, May 09, 2015
Actor Salman Khan after he was granted bail (photo: PTI)

In which country in the world would a hit-and-run case take 13 years to pronounce judgement? Answer: India

In which country would a man convicted in the morning of culpable homicide walk free that evening because a higher court has granted him bail? Answer: India

In which country would a man sentenced for 5 years’ jail go home without spending even one night behind bars? Answer: India

In which country would a film star be allowed to drive drunk, without a driving license, with his police bodyguard sitting beside him? Answer: India

In which country would fans be praying for the release of a film star who killed a man while driving home drunk? Answer: India

In which country would a film star’s chamchas criticise the homeless for sleeping on the pavement, as though the star was not responsible for running them over? Answer: India

In which country would a film star be idolized even though he ran away from a crash scene and failed to help those he injured and killed? Answer: India

 

To Learn More:

Bail, no jail: Salman case puts question mark over legal process (by Satya Prakash, Hindustan Times)

Salman Khan: The One And Only Bhaijaan (by Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express)

Salman and Sanju Excused Too Long For 'Golden Hearts' (by Rana Ayyub, NDTV)

'Salman was driving': What Kamaal Khan told Mumbai police in the 2002 hit-and-run case (by Manish K Pathak, Hindustan Times)

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