Supreme Court issues a notice to Salman Khan in poaching cases

Dabangg of Bollywood, Salman Khan was today issued notice by the Supreme Court on an appeal by the Rajasthan government challenging his absolution in two poaching cases.

In July, the Rajasthan High Court found the 50-year old actor not liable of executing an endangered species of gazelle or chinkara in two separate incidents in 1998 while he was shooting a film in Rajasthan.

The state government challenged his quittance; it wants him to be detained to serve whatever is left of his sentence – subsequent to being convicted in 2007 for chasing down and executing the chinkaras, he was granted a one-year jail term and a five-year jail term separately. He then spent a week in prison in Jodhpur before being granted bail.

While finding him not guilty, the High Court had said there was no proof to demonstrate that the creatures who were discovered dead were shot by Mr Khan’s authorized firearm. A key witness, the driver of the jeep that was utilized by Salman Khan and his co-stars for their alleged hunt was feeling the loss of, the prosecution admitted, which impressively weakened the body of evidence against the actor. However, days just later, we found the driver, Harish Dulani, who said that he saw Mr Khan shoot the chinkara, however had avoided affirming in court since he had been threatened.

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A month ago, the Rajasthan government told the Supreme Court that a written proclamation put together by Mr Dulani prior ought to be acknowledged. Mr Khan’s legal advisors have contended that in light of the fact that the witness never showed up in court, they didn’t get the chance to interview him.

Yet, in its petition before the the apex court, the Rajasthan government has said that Salman Khan’s legal advisors had adequate chance to interrogate Harish Dulani yet they purposefully did not do as such.

Mr Khan is also accused for executing an endangered species of blackbuck antelope in October 2, 1998. The trial in the case is being heard independently.


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