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The Jodhpur court has given big relief to the Dabang Khan of Bollywood i.e. Salman Khan in the black deer case. The Jodhpur court had accused Salman Khan of presenting false evidence under the Arms Act, alleging it. This petition was first dismissed in the lower court, while now Salman Khan has got a big relief in the Sessions Court. The appeal of the state government has been rejected in the Jodhpur court.
Salman Khan was virtually present in the Jodhpur court in the black deer case. Where in the court, on behalf of Salman’s lawyer, in this case, falsely submitted a false affidavit. The court said that Salman had mistakenly submitted an affidavit for missing his arms license due to being busy in his shoot, while during that time he had applied for renewal of license. Also read: Somi Ali made big disclosure about marriage with Salman Khan, said- I was 16 years old
CORRECTION: Blackbuck poaching case: Jodhpur district and sessions court in Rajasthan dismisses the plea of the state * government, it was alleged that Salman Khan had presented false affidavit in connection with Arms Act. Govt’s plea was earlier dismissed by the lower court. pic.twitter.com/bFdZ4ONhHNAdvertisement
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During the film ‘Hum Saath Saath Hai’, Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre and actress Neelam registered a case of hunting black deer in Jodhpur in 1998. However, Sonali Bendre, Saif Ali Khan, Neelam and Tabu were relieved in the lower court. But Salman Khan was sentenced to five years in jail for possessing illegal weapons. On which Salman got a big relief today.