Salman Khan Gets Relief From The Poaching Cases

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25th of July, 2016 might be well engraved in the memory of the super star of Bollywood, Salman Khan as one of the most striking days in the life of the great star. The court has finally freed the actor from all charges that he had of shooting and killing the animals in Rajasthan, about 2 decades back. Salman was not the only artist to have been accused in the same case. There have been way too many actors who did get accused of the same case.

Picture Courtesy: www.ibtimes.co.uk

Picture Courtesy: www.ibtimes.co.uk

Previously, Salman who is convicted to have killed a gazelle and two protected antelopesĀ in Rajasthan in the year 1998, was previously sentenced to one and five years in jail due to the two poaching cases. Salman was cleared from both the cases by the High Court, ruling out the accusations brought against the star, stating that the pellets recovered from the animals are not same as that shot by the actor.

Picture Courtesy: indianexpress.com

Picture Courtesy: indianexpress.com

The Vishnu community who worship that black bucks had filed the first case against the superstar. This was due to the fact that the people believed thatĀ  two blackbucks were killed by the superstar. The bhajan of Bollywood has for long been involved in the legal proceedings of the case. Now bring freed from the same would be a big relief not only for the superstar but also for his family as a whole.

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Picture Courtesy: www.indicine.com

The 50- year old actor who was in the news a few days back for his comment, where he compared a rape victim with himself, after the shoot of Sultan.

The time seems to be favourable for the superstar. He has also got relief from the hit and run case that he was accused in, last year. However, the government has decided to move to the Supreme Court to fight against this verdict of the High Court to get the proper judgement in the hit and run case.

But as of now, the superstar is at least free from the poaching case that has haunted him for almost two decades now.

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