- The Jodhpur District and Sessions Court dismissed the petition filed by the Rajasthan government.
- The petition had been registered against Salman presenting the wrong evidence in the court in the Blackbuck poaching case.
- Both positions had been quashed by the trial court.
Today, the Dabbang actor shared a post on social media in which he thanked his fans and followers for their support. The post came hours after the Jodhpur District and Sessions Court dismissed the petition filed by the Rajasthan government. The petition claimed that he had presented a false affidavit related to the Arms Act in the blackbuck poaching case.
Taking to his social media account, Salman Khan shared an urbane picture of himself in a black suit. “To all my fans, thank u for your love support n concern. Khayal rakho apna and parivaar ka. God bless and love u too,” he wrote. Immediately after it, the netizens showered their blessings on him and wished him luck.
Speaking on the case, it was taken by Judge Raghavendra Kachwal. During the session, he mentioned that the PIL had no strong grounds. The petition had been registered against Salman Khan, presenting the wrong evidence in the court in the Blackbuck poaching case. The petition mentioned that Zalman had his arms license lost. Further investigation had revealed, that Khan had submitted it for renewal in Mumbai’s Bandra.
In the hearing, Salman was present via video-conference. Previously, a PIL had stated that the actor had submitted an affidavit citing pain in his ear as the reason for not appearing in the court. However, he was found busy shooting for a project. Both the petitions had been quashed by the trial court.
Meanwhile, the lawyer representing the government said that they have not received a copy of the judgment. “After receiving the copy of the judgment, we will think to take the matter to the High Court,” the lawyer added.
Salman was booked under Section 51 of the Wildlife Protection Act for poaching two chinkaras in Bhawad village. The incident had taken place on 26-27 September 1998 and one chinkara in Mathania on September 28, 1998.