Salman Khan blackbuck poaching case LIVE: A Jodhpur court on Thursday sentenced on-screen character Salman Khan in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case and gave him a five-year imprison term while absolving co-denounced Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Neelam and Tabu because of the absence of solid proof against them. A fifth individual, Dushyant Singh, a neighbour who was professedly going with the on-screen characters when the poaching occurred, has additionally been vindicated, Mahipal Bishnoi, the arraignment direct, said. Salman has additionally forced a fine of Rs 10,000. The performing artist’s attorneys moved toward the court for his safeguard request, which was later accepted. Becoming aware of the safeguard supplication will happen around 10:30 am on Friday.
Salman was accused of killing two blackbucks on October 2, 1998 in Kankani village in Jodhpur during the shooting of “Hum Saath Saath Hain”. The trial of the case has been in progress for the last 19 years and Judge Dev Kumar Khatri reserved the order after the final arguments on March 28. Salman, who has been charged under Section 51 of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, may face six years imprisonment.
Salman was indicted one for the cases in 2006 and was condemned to five years in prison. While the performer spent seven days in prison, the sentence was suspended by the Rajasthan High Court. The on-screen character was likewise reserved under the Arms Act as the permit of the weapon he professedly utilized while chasing had terminated. In any case, the charges were later dropped because of the absence of confirmation.