Supreme Court issues a notice to Salman Khan in poaching case
Supreme Court issues a notice to Salman Khan in poaching case

Trouble is just another synonym for Salman Khan. We say this because Supreme Court issues a notice to Salman Khan in poaching case.

In the month of July, Salman Khan was acquitted in the 1998 Chinkara poaching case. The decision came out as a major relief for the actor but it seems that we have not heard the end of the case yet as Supreme Court issues a notice to Salman Khan in poaching case.

The state government of Rajasthan challenged the decision of Rajasthan High Court by filing an appeal. The appeal stated that they wanted him to be imprisoned to serve the rest of his sentence.  When Salman was convicted in 2007, he was awarded a one-year prison term and a five-year prison term respectively. He then spent a week in jail in Jodhpur before being granted bail.

The High Court has found him not guilty due to a lack of evidence and was given the benefit of doubt. Salman’s driver Harish Dulani, a key witness, later confessed that he saw Mr. Khan shoot the chinkara, but had dodged testifying in court because he had been threatened.

Let’s wait and watch how this case will go on. Will Salman be imprisoned?

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