Salman Khan Apologises For ‘Mistakenly’ Giving Fake Affidavit

Bollywood star Salman Khan on Tuesday apologised for mistakenly submitting a false affidavit within the Jodhpur session court docket in 2003, throughout his listening to in a case associated to the poaching of two blackbucks in Jodhpur in 1998. The ultimate verdict within the case might be pronounced on Thursday. Salman appeared earlier than the Jodhpur session court docket for the listening to of his enchantment towards conviction within the blackbuck poaching case by way of video conferencing. His lawyer Hastimal Saraswat instructed the court docket that the affidavit was mistakenly submitted to the court docket on August 8, 2003, for which the actor ought to be forgiven. Also Read – Salman Khan Was The Only Reason to Come Mumbai, Wanted to Marry Him: Somy Ali

During the listening to, his lawyer mentioned, “The affidavit was mistakenly given on August 8, 2003, as Salman had forgotten that his licence was given for renewal because he was too busy. Therefore, he mentioned that the licence had gone missing in the court.” Also Read – Priyanka Chopra Jonas Was Asked to Show Her Panties, And Get a ‘B**b Job’ Done – Unfinished Reveals All

Salman was arrested in 1998 for looking two blackbucks in Kankani village close to Jodhpur. At that point, a case beneath Arms Act was registered towards him and the court docket had requested him to submit his arms licence. Salman gave an affidavit within the court docket in 2003, saying that he had misplaced the licence. He additionally lodged an FIR on the Bandra police station in Mumbai on this connection. However, the court docket later got here to know that Salman’s arm licence was not misplaced, however had been submitted for renewal. Also Read – Old is Gold! Salman Khan Shares 33-Year-Old Video to Wish Best Friend Sadiq on His Anniversary, Gives Hilarious Advice to ‘Run Away’

Public prosecutor Bhavani Singh Bhati had then demanded {that a} case of deceptive the court docket ought to be filed towards the actor. A trial court docket in 2018 had convicted Salman and awarded five-year imprisonment to him for the killing of two blackbucks through the capturing of the movie Hum Saath Saath Hain in October 1998. The actor had challenged the trial court docket verdict within the classes court docket. Salman’s fellow actors Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Neelam and Sonali Bendre, who had been current on the spot in Kankani together with him, have been acquitted.

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