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Arms Act case: Salman Khan Arrives At Jodhpur Ahead Of Hearing, Verdict Today.

On Tuesday evening, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has arrived in Jodhpur by his chartered flight. Salman went Jodhpur with his…

By Administrator in News on January 18, 2017

On Tuesday evening, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has arrived in Jodhpur by his chartered flight. Salman went Jodhpur with his sister Alveera and some advocates. Khan and his sister went straight to the hotel from the airport. On Wednesday, in Jodhpur court, there is a verdict in a case of Salman where he was charged under the Arms Act. The actor has four cases against him, and this is the one of the four. Salman Khan will be appearing in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate. Today, the judgment of the case against him for using an illegal gun with an expired license will be pronounced.
According to Bhawani Singh Bhati, the prosecution counsel said the arguments of the case were already done on January 9 in the trial court, and the magistrate Dalpat Singh Rajpurohit ordered to announce the results on 18 January. When the arguments were going on the defense said there was proof against Salman Khan. He said Khan was framed by the forest department, the prosecution argued and said there were enough proofs against Salman Khan as he used expired fire arms. Before this, last year on 10th March Salman appeared in the court to record his statements.
Salman’s counsel H M Saraswat said, “We had argued in the court that there was no evidence that Khan was carrying fire arms either during his stay here or during alleged poaching. What he was found in possession with, were actually the air guns.”

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In October 1998, the case was filed against Salman Khan by the police under the Sections 3/25 and 3/27. According to police, Salman had 22 rifles and 32 revolvers, and he used them during hunting of two black bucks in the village Kankani in Jodhpur. Salman was caught hunting on 1-2 October 1998.
Salman has four cases against him, from four he has already cleared the two cases of hunting, by the high court. And the third case of hunting is going to end soon. In Section 3/25 the maximum punishment is three years, and in Section 3/27 maximum punishment is seven years.

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