Salman Khan Black Buck Hunting Case: Hearing On Salman Appeal Has Been Postponed Till 18 December

Salman Khan Black Buck Hunting Case: Hearing On Salman Appeal Has Been Postponed Till 18 December

Salman Khan Black Buck Hunting Case: Hearing on Salman Khan black buck hunting case is postponed on a further date. For your information, let us tell you, Salman Khan, Tabu, Saif Ali Khan and Sonali Bendre hunt black buck during the shooting of the film 'Hum Saath Saath Hain' in 1998, after which the local people file the case under the Black buck Hunting Case against all these celebrities was registered. In this case, all except Salman were relieved





In 1998, Salman Khan was sentenced to 5 years jail in a black buck hunting case, after which he had to remain in jail for three days. However, after finishing the three-day sentence, he got bail. Then Salman appealed in Jodhpur Court, after which hearing in Jodhpur sessions court was to be done but the case was not heard.



The hearing on the petition of Salman Khan in blackbuck hunting case was to be held in Jodhpur sessions court but it has been postponed. Now Salman Khan's appeal will be heard on December 18. Actually, Salman Khan had appealed in court against the sentence of 5 years. In this case, Salman Khan's lawyer is Mahesh Boda who is lobbying. In addition, in the case of the government, the party will be kept by Public Works Officer Pokarram Bishnoi.

Salman Khan Black Buck Hunting Case: Hearing On Salman Appeal Has Been Postponed Till 18 December Salman Khan Black Buck Hunting Case: Hearing On Salman Appeal Has Been Postponed Till 18 December Reviewed by Hunt duniya on October 27, 2018 Rating: 5

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