Mocktale: Courts to consult Salman Khan for cases

New Delhi,July 27: Salman Khan issued an unconditional apology and retracted his tweets over the death sentence of Yakub Memon. He had said that Tiger Memon, the main accused in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case, should be hanged and not his brother, Yakub. 

He tweeted, "Hang Tiger. Brother is being hanged for Tiger. Arre Where is Tiger? Get Tiger hang him. Parade him not his brother."

Salman Khan's father Salim Khan later said that whatever Salman has tweeted is meaningless and shouldn't be taken seriously, just like his movies.

Salman's PR team sent tweets from his accounts issuing an unconditional apology. However, people already knew that the PR team and not Salman Khan, himself, wrote those tweets because they were grammatically correct.

After noticing Salman's keenness on bringing the guilty to justice, courts all over the country have decided to take his advice before every case.

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