Black Bug case: Salman Khan issued notice

Salman Khan. (Source: Instagram)

Mumbai: Even during the Corona period, the courts are not giving up the chase of Bollywood’s Bhaijaan i.e. Salman Khan. A new order has been issued today by the Jodhpur court judge regarding Salman Khan, who was convicted in the 20-year-old black deer case.

In fact, on Monday in the District and Sessions Court District Jodhpur on matters including Salman’s appeal against the 5-year sentence of the ACJM Rural Court in the Famous Kakani deer hunting case and the State Government’s appeal against the acquittal of Salman in the Arms Act. The hearing took place.

During this time, his lawyer Hastimal Saraswat was present in the court on behalf of Salman. Apart from this, PP Magaram was present in the court on behalf of the government. After hearing both the sides, the court set aside the matter for hearing on September 28.

Now the next hearing on the case will be on 28 September. During the hearing, the court ordered the accused Salman Khan to appear in the court during the upcoming hearing, but the time will tell if Salman Khan will appear in the court due to coronavirus infection. However, Salman Khan’s record has been that whenever the court has summoned Salman Khan, he has appeared in the court.

Actually, during the shooting of the film ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’, actor Salman Khan was accused of hunting deer in Kankani village of Jodhpur, horse farming farm and Bhavad. Apart from this, the film actors Saif Ali Khan, Neelam, Tabu, Sonali Bendre and Dushyant Singh were accused of being co-accused in the case.


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