Actor Salman Khan acquitted of Arms Act violations in 1998 case
It’s a good news for Salman Khan’s fans as Bhaijaan of the Bollywood today acquitted of all charges in the Arms Act case against him in the alleged poaching of two black bucks. There is no doubt that the actor always remained in controversy. There is nothing new in this. A case was filed against the actor Salman Khan in October 1998 under the Arms Act for his alleged use and possession of arms with an expired license during the alleged poaching of two black bucks in Kankani village
Salman’s 0.22 rifle and 0.32 revolver had expired licenses and cases were filed under Sections 3/25 and 3/27. The maximum sentence in Section 3/25 is usually three years while Section 3/27 has seven years as the maximum sentence.
Salman was present in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate (Jodhpur district), where the verdict was pronounced. Salman Khan arrived Jodhpur yesterday with his advocates. As per prosecution counsel Bhawani Singh Bhati, the arguments in the case were completed on January 9 in the trial court and the order had been reserved by the magistrate to be pronounced today.
Four court cases against Actor Salman Khan
Well, this is not the first case from which Salman Khan has been acquitted. Khan has already been acquitted in two cases of poaching by the high court while a third case of poaching is in its final stage. Not only Salman advocated were present him in fact his sister Alvira too was present with his brother. Khan, during his last court appearance on March 10, 2016, had said that he was innocent and was framed in the case by the forest department.
Salman Khan on the work front
His last release was Sultan which was a major blockbuster and it seem that New Year has started on a good note for him. He is all geared for his two big releases this year which includes Tubelight and Tiger AbhiZindaHai.