Salman Khan slams his neighbour for dragging the actor’s religious identity into a property dispute

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Salman Khan slams his neighbour for dragging the actor’s religious identity into a property dispute

Salman Khan had filed a defamation case against his neighbour Ketan Kakkad. During the latest hearing of the case, Salman alleged that the accused dragged his religious identity unnecessarily into the dispute.

Salman Khan’s lawyer Pradeep Gandhi said in the court that Ketan had accused the actor of being ‘a front for the D Gang, commenting on his religious identity and implying that he was connected to the ruling party at the central and state level, levelling allegations of child trafficking, further alleging that bodies of film stars are buried in his farmhouse.’

Salman through his lawyer responded, “Without proper proof, all these allegations are a figment of the defendant’s imagination. In a property dispute, why are you tarnishing my personal reputation. Why are you bringing in religion? My mother is a Hindu, my father is a Muslim and my brothers have married Hindus. We celebrate all festivals.”

He further added, “You are an educated person… not a Gunda-chhap to make such allegations. The easiest thing now-a-days is to gather some people, get on social media and vent out all your anger.”

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Salman Khan had filed a defamation case against Ketan Kakkad, who is the owner of a plot of land near the actor’s Panvel farmhouse. The case was filed as Salman alleged that the neighbour has defamed him during an interview with a Youtube channel.



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