Black deer case: Salman Khan has been ordered to appear in the Jodhpur court

Black deer case: Salman Khan has been ordered to appear in the Jodhpur court

Salman Khan has been ordered by the District and Sessions Court Jodhpur to appear in the Black Deer Hunting and Arms Act case on 28 September. In the case, the hearing of the Black Deer Hunting Case and the State Government's Arms Act case on the petition of Salman could not be completed on Monday, and Salman himself has been ordered to appear in the court on the next hearing.

Now Salman will have to appear in Jodhpur court on 28 September. In such a situation, Salman comes or appeals for forgiveness, it is not clear at the moment.

During the shooting of the film 'Hum Saath Saath Hain' in Jodhpur in October 1998, Salman Khan was accused of hunting two black deer in Kankani village near Jodhpur. After a lengthy legal process in the case, the court convicted Salman and sentenced him to five years.

However, Saif Ali Khan, Neelam, Tabu, and Sonali Bendre, co-accused in the case, were acquitted, giving them the benefit of doubt. 

After sentencing, Salman was sent to jail. He is currently out on bail. Salman has challenged this decision of the trial court.
Similarly, in 1998, Salman was accused of possessing arms even after the license expired. Salman was later acquitted in the case, on which the state government has challenged this decision of the trial court.