Jodhpur: Salman Khan has been convicted by the Jodhpur Court in the case of black deer hunting case during the film ‘Hum Saath Ke Hassan Hai’ in 1998. He was sentenced to five years in prison. The other four Bollywood stars Saif Ali Khan, Neelam, Tabu and Sonali Bendre were also accused in this case.
They have been acquitted. Salman has been kept in Jodhpur Central Jail. On Friday their lawyers will appeal to the sessions court for bail. Salman has also been fined Rs 10 thousand. Please tell that in this case four cases were lodged against Salman.
What is the matter
In 1998, the film ‘Hum Saath Ke Hain Hain’ was shot in Rajasthan. Salman Khan and his associates were accused of hunting 2 chinkaras and 3 black deer (black bucks). Salman was also booked under the Arms Act.His pistol and rifle were recovered from Salman’s room, but the license period for these weapons was over. It is alleged that in the horse’s farmhouse of Jodhpur and Bhavash village, the deer was hunted on the night of 27-28 September 1998. After this, on October 1, there was also a charge of hunting two black deer in Kankani village.