new Delhi. Salman Khan’s trouble in the blackbuck hunting case is once again seen increasing. In this case Salman Khan was given some relief before the court but once again he has been ordered to appear in the court. The Jodhpur Sessions Court of Rajasthan has issued this order. Jodhpur district and session court of Rajasthan has ordered Salman Khan to appear in the Black Deer Hunting and Arms Act case on 28 September.
Let me tell you that the hearing in this case was going on on Monday. The hearing on the black deer hunting case and the state government’s Arms Act case on Salman’s plea could not be completed and Salman himself was ordered to appear before the court on the next hearing date.
During the hearing in the case, Salman Khan had earlier appealed for an amnesty, which was accepted. Now Salman has been ordered to appear in Jodhpur court on 28 September. In such a situation, Salman Khan comes to the court or pleading for exemption from production, it is not yet decided.
In 1998, Salman Khan was shooting for Sooraj Barjatya’s film Hum Saath Saath Hain in Jodhpur. During this time, he went on a hunt with fellow actors Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Tabu and Neelam in the film. It is alleged that they hunted protected black deer there. Hunting dates were stated to be 27 September, 28 September, 1 October and 2 October. Fellow actors were accused of abetting Salman for hunting. Salman Khan has been convicted in Kankani deer hunting. Except Salman, all the other accused were acquitted by the court.