The Jodhpur Court on Monday has acquited Salman Khan in the case against him for submitting a fake affidavit, claiming he lost the license documents of his weapons when the license was sent for renewal, in the black buck poaching case. Salman’s counsel said his intention wasn’t to submit a fake affidavit.
Reportedly, in the affidavit, it was written that he had lost the license documents of his weapons while they were sent for renewal.
Jodhpur Court acquits Salman Khan in case against him for submitting fake affidavit in the black buck poaching case that he lost the license documents of his weapons, though the license were sent for renewal. Salman’s counsel argued his intention wasn’t to submit false affidavit pic.twitter.com/KtduJXhTyq
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For those unaware, four cases were registered against the actor in 1998. Three of them were in connection to the blackbuck poaching case and one was under the Arms Act. It happened after he allegedly shot two blackbucks in Kankani village near Jodhpur during the shoot of Hum Saath Saath Hain.