Mumbai: Bollywood superstars Salman Khan was booked under the Arms Act during a black deer hunting case. During the hearing in the case in 2003, when Salman license was sought in the Jodhpur Sessions Court, he submitted an affidavit in the court stating that his license had been lost somewhere. Now 18 years later, when this affidavit turned out to be false, Bhaijaan apologized.
In fact, on February 9, the case was heard in Jodhpur court through video conferencing. Meanwhile, Salman's advocate Hastimal Saraswat said in the court that on 8 August 2003 the wrong affidavit was given. This mistake has happened inadvertently.
A copy of the FIR was also produced in the court, but the court found that Salman's license has not been lost anywhere. He himself was introduced to the arms license renewal branch to renew the license. Salman's lawyer Hastimal Saraswat argued that Salman Khan is a big star and he is very busy with work. For this reason, Salman forgot that the license has been introduced for renewal.
Advocate Hastimal Saraswat appealed for the acquittal of Salman in the said case. During the hearing, the debate was concluded on both sides. Salman's advocate in the court admitted that he had made a mistake, but with this he also said that this mistake was done inadvertently. Now on February 11, the court will pronounce its order on this application.
Let me tell you that when Salman was arrested in the year 1998 in the black deer hunting case, the court had asked him for an arms license. In 2003, Salman had given an affidavit in the court that his license had been lost somewhere. Even a copy of the FIR was produced in the court. But the court found that Salman's license has not been lost anywhere. He himself was introduced to the arms license renewal branch to renew the license. After this, the then Public Prosecutor Bhavani Singh Bhati appealed in the court by presenting an application under CrPC 340 that Salman is misleading the court.