The Supreme Court has stayed the proceedings in six cases against Salman Khan, filed in different courts across the country.
The court will not hear if the FIR will be quashed or not. The cases were filed against Salman Khan for allegedly demeaning the Valmiki Samaj.
The court has now given a new date for the hearing, i.e. April 23.
The commission issued the notice after an ex-chairman of the Delhi Commission for Safai Karamcharis, Harnam Singh filed a complaint in this regard.
Singh, in his complaint, said that the actor used the word ‘bhangi’ during TV shows “which clearly insults the entire Valmiki community of the world.”
Salman had used the word during the promotion of his film ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ at a reality dance show.