Salman Khan Freed In 98 Arms Act Case: Given Benefit of Doubt

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Salman Khan Black Buck Case – Bollywood Star Salman Khan was freed today by Court in Rajasthan Jodhpur after giving a benefit of Doubt for keeping an unlicensed weapon and using it during an alleged deer hunt in 1998.


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He was charged under the Arms Act as part of several other cases linked to the poaching of Blackbuck.


He was present at the Jodhpur court today with his sister Alvira and within few minutes was let off.


The judge said the evidence against him was not strong enough.


Over the years, Salman Khan has faced multiple cases for allegedly killing two endangered chinkaras and two blackbucks on hunts during a location shoot in 1998 for the film “Hum Saath Saath Hain”.


Salman Khan’s Lawyer argues today that he had only air guns and there was no evidence that he using firearms. The actor had also accused forest guards of framing him


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