Bollywood star has been convicted by the session's court in Bombay for Hit and Run case which dates back to 2002. On Wednesday, a lower court in Mumbai sentenced Salman to five years in prison and just hours later, the Bombay High Court gave the actor two-day interim bail. Today the court suspended the verdict and allowed Sallu Bhai to roam freely,
This has created lot of buzz and overflow of opinions about whether the judgment is justified or not. Former Delhi Police officer Kiran Bedi responded on Salman's case and the tough police officer says she feels that the bail given to Salman Khan has given the impression that VIPs and the rich can avoid jail with best legal aid."The 'general impression' after the Bombay High Court suspended Salman's sentence in the 2002 hit-and-run case 'is if u r a VIP, celebrity, privileged, rich and u can access best legal aid, you can avoid jail,' Bedi tweets. Bedi recently lost Delhi elections when she contested against AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal.