Jodhpur: Rajasthan High Court has granted relief to Salman Khan in the Black Buck Poaching Case. Salman will no longer have to appear in person in the Jodhpur Sessions Court. He can attend the hearing today through video conference. Salman had filed a petition requesting that he be exempted from the instruction to appear in person, which has been accepted by the Jodhpur bench of the High Court.
Due to Corona was discounted
According to Salman’s advocate Hastimal Saraswat, the Jodhpur district court ordered Salman Khan to fill the bail bond under Section 437A of the CrPC on September 14 last year and on September 28, Salman was produced in person. Were ordered After which, due to Corona, Salman was exempted from appearing due to postponement of the hearing.
Lawyer gave this argument
On the last hearing held on January 16, the court again asked Salman Khan to appear in person on February 6, against which his lawyer filed an appeal in the High Court. In this appeal, Khan’s health was threatened by travelling from Mumbai to Jodhpur during the Kovid-19 epidemic. On which the court virtually allowed him to attend the hearing.
The High Court also accepted this
A bench of Chief Justice Inderjit Mahanti and Justice Dinesh Mehta also accepted the plea of Salman’s counsel that his client’s appearance could also lead to law and order problems if a large crowd gathered in the court premises. Saraswat said that the court has allowed Salman to appear in the District and Sessions Court through video conference during the hearing of the case on February 6.
What is the whole matter?
In September 1998, Salman Khan was shooting for the film ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’ in Jodhpur. During this time, protected black deer were hunted. Fellow actors Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Tabu and Neelam were accused of abetting Salman for hunting. CJM Rural Court Jodhpur convicted Salman Khan in Kankani deer hunting. While acquitting the other stars free. Four cases were registered against Salman in the hunting case.