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In the black deer hunting case on 5 April 2018, the trial court convicted Salman and sentenced him to five years imprisonment. He has challenged it in the district court. -File photo
- Salman applied for an apology by citing the epidemic
- Lower court sentenced to 5 years imprisonment, Salman has challenged this
Salman Khan did not appear again in court on Tuesday in the black deer hunting case. He filed an application in the district court for exemption from appearance by citing the epidemic. Now the next hearing will be on 16 January. This is the sixth time he has been granted a concession in eight months in the Corona era. He has apologized for the 15th time in this case so far.
Salman was scheduled to appear in court in two cases related to deer hunting and one related to Arms Act on Tuesday. In the black deer hunting case on 5 April 2018, the trial court convicted Salman and sentenced him to five years imprisonment. He has challenged it in the district court.
Saif, Neelam, Tabu and Sonali were acquitted.
The other accused actors, Saif Ali Khan, Neelam, Tabu and Sonali Bendre were acquitted. Salman was sent to Jodhpur jail. At the same time, in the case of Arms Act, the court acquitted Salman. Three days later he was released on bail from the court.
This is the case
The Jodhpur police registered a black deer hunting case against Salman Khan and others on 2 October 1998. A case of deer hunting was registered on behalf of Vishnoi community against Salman. After this, Salman Khan was arrested on 12 October 1998 in Deer Hunting and Arms Act. Five days later, he was released on bail.
Salman was convicted on 17 February 2006 in a case of deer hunting in Bhavad. On 10 April 2006, in the hunting case in the Horse Farm House area, the court held Salman guilty and imposed a sentence of five years and a fine of 25 thousand. In both these cases, Salman got relief from the High Court. The state government has challenged this decision in the Supreme Court. Both these cases are in the High Court.