Salman Khan’s Arm Act Case: Actor To Appear In Court

Salman-KhanBollywood actor Salman Khan is surrounded with some or other trouble. Where his ongoing case of 2002 hit and run is on with its final arguments in Mumbai, another door of court is opened in Jodhpur for his arms act case.

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Jodhpur court has asked actor Salman Khan to appear in the court to record his statement in Arms act case on April 23, 2015. The incident that took place 16 years ago , is still going with its trail till date.

The Rajasthan High Court had earlier rejected the actor’s plea against a trial court order allowing four more witnesses to depose.

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He has been accused of hunting and killing the endangered deer while shooting his film Hum Saath Saath Hain in Rajasthan in 1998. His co-stars, Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Sonali Bendre and Neelam, have been charged with inciting the actor to hunt.

Salman has already spent time in the Jodhpur jail in connection to the case, once in 1998 and the second time around in 2007.

Fresh charges in the poaching case were framed against him  in March 2012. This was after the first ruling from the Rajasthan High Court and then the Supreme Court that Section 148 of the Arms Act, or rioting with deadly weapons, could not be applied to him.

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Then, in November 2013, the Rajasthan High Court ordered that Salman Khan‘s poaching conviction be suspended for visa purposes. This was so that it was easier for the actor, who had been denied an UK visa to shoot his film Kick, to travel abroad.

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