Sultan of Bollywood, Salman Khan gets a huge relief from Rajasthan high court on 25th of July. In 1998 Blackbuck and chinkara poaching cases, Rajasthan High Court has acquitted him and put off all the charges imposed on him during this 18-year long trial.
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Few months ago, the lower court had handed Salman one and five years’ imprisonment for Blackbuck and chinkara poaching cases respectively then Salman had appealed or challenged the lower court`s verdict.
In 1998, during Sooraj Barjatya directed family drama Hum Sath Sath Hain, the lead star cast was accused of killing a chinkara and blackbuck in two different incidents, seven other members of Hum Sath Sath Hain were already acquitted while Salman is considering main of them. The actor was sentenced to five years in jail in 2007 but got bail later.
On 26 September 1998 Salman Khan was accused of killing a wild animal in Indian state Rajasthan’s city Jodhpur and in another case on 28th of September in Ghoda Farms. So Salman Khan has spent his time in Jodhpur Jail two times and now it’s really huge relief for him, while he is enjoying the huge success of his latest blockbuster Sultan (2016).
Under the Arms Act for alleged possession and use of arms with an expired license, Rajasthan court registered a case against Bollywood actor Salman Khan. He has completed twenty-five years in Bollywood, gained lot of name and fame but controversies always connected with him. Recently he has faced objection for his controversial statement regarding raped Woman.
Before this Chinkara and Blackbuck case, Salman Khan was acquitted after being charged with riding his car over homeless men near Mumbai footpaths in 2002, where one was dead during that accident but the government has appealed for his acquittal in the Supreme Court. Not only for his controversies, Salman Khan is also known for his charity and helping nature.