Salman Khan launches driving school in Dubai, Twitterati crack jokes

Ironically, Salman Khan, who is currently on bail in the infamous hit-and-run case, has launched a driving school in Dubai. When the news and the picture of him inaugurating the driving school in Dubai, Twitterati can’t stop laughing at the news as immediately the incident of the 2002 Mumbai hit-and-run case came across their mind in which he was accused of killing one and injuring four others sleeping on a pavement.

The superstar has been roped in to inaugurate Belhasa Driving Centre’s latest branch in Dubai’s Al Quoz.

Apart from Salman, UAE-based social media personality, Rashed Belhasa, son of managing director Saif Ahmad Belhasa, was also present at the ceremony.

Twitterati can’t control themselves from reacting to the news and they cracked jokes and prompted them to compare the ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ actor with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Congress V-P Rahul Gandhi, Gurmeet Ram Rahim and more.

Here are the samples of the tweets:-

#with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Congress V-P Rahul Gandhi and more

#Daily dose of irony for the day. #SalmanKhan launches a driving school in Dubai. Black buck conservation next?

#If Chetan Bhagat can write books, I can also open a driving school.

##SalmanKhan to inaugurate a driving school in Dubai. 
He will also train drivers on how to handle Hit and Run cases.

#Salman Khan inaugurating a driving school is like Adityanath inaugurating an abattoir.

#Up next : Gurmeet Ram Rahim to inaugurate women's safety centre.

#Tushar Kapoor & Uday chopra to open acting school jointly .

#Irony died and took punarjanam after this - Salman Khan in Dubai to launch driving centre

#Shashi Tharoor is condemning death of a free-speaking woman and Salman is inaugurating a driving school. Irony: Dead

#Will his Driving school serve Drinks or should the students carry their own?

Salman Khan was convicted of culpable homicide in 2002 hit-and-run case by the session court but the Bombay High Court acquitted him as prosecution failed to prove the charges against Khan.