NEW DELHI: Bollywood actor Salman Khan is all set to emerge on Friday before a Jodhpur district and sessions court in link with an Arms Act case. He was released in the month of January by the court.
Earlier, Salman Khan’s lawyer Hastimal Saraswat stated that he was slated to submit a bail term of Rs 20,000 on Friday.
The court finalized October 5 as then date for court hearing in the matter. On the other hand, Salman Khan was released due to inadequate proof on January 18, the trial requested the verdict. The next hearing of the case will be done on October 5 to announce the prosecution appeal.
“There will be no inquiries and answers just safeguard bond must be submitted. Court had solicited us to store bond from Rs. 20,000, which we will store today. It is not basic for the charged to be available,” said Khan’s attorney Saraswat.
Khan was charged in October 1998 for ownership of an unlicensed .22 rifle and a .32 pistol and for utilizing them to poach two dark bucks in Jodhpur’s Kankani town.
Amid the shooting of Sooraj Barjatya’s motion picture, ‘Murmur Saath Hain’, in 1998, Khan professedly went on a shooting undertaking alongside on-screen characters Saif Ali Khan, Neelam, Sonali Bendre and Tabu, executing two blackbucks in Kankani town.
Following challenges by the nearby Bishnoi people group, a body of evidence was later recorded against Salman and alternate performing artists.