Film actor Salman Khan has been ordered by the Jodhpur court to appear in the Black Deer Hunting and Arms Act case on September 28th.
The hearing of the case was going on today but due to non-completion of hearing Salman has been ordered by the court to appear on the next hearing date itself.
Please tell that Salman could not appear in the court, on which he had appealed for forgiveness, which was accepted. Now Salman will have to appear in Jodhpur court on 28 September.
After all, what is the whole matter
During the shooting of his film Hum Saath Saath hain, Salman Khan was accused of hunting two black deer in Jodhpur. For which the trial lasted for nearly two decades, after which the court convicted Salman and sentenced him to five years.
Salman was sent to jail after being sentenced. He is currently out on bail. Salman has challenged this decision of the trial court.
The same second case in 1998, Salman was accused of possessing weapons despite the expiry of the license period. In which Salman was later acquitted but the state government has challenged this decision of the trial court.
Many more people were accused in the Jodhpur case like actors Saif Ali Khan, actresses Neelam, Tabu and Sonali Bendre, but they were acquitted after the court failed to prove the blame.
Translated by The Wall Post
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