Thursday 10 March 2016

Blackbuck poaching case: Salman Khan pleads not guilty, claims forest officer framed him

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Blackbuck case , Salman Khan

In 1998 in Jodhpur during the shooting of the film along with Salman Khan to hunt deer at three different charges. His arrest led to his room, police recovered a pistol and a rifle. Their flaws were found in the gun license. The Arms Act against Salman also been booked separately.

"I am innocent and have been framed by the forest officials," Khan said before the chief judicial magistrate.

In his statement, the 50-year-old actor refuted the allegations of two other witnesses, Shiv Charan Bohra, a forest official, and Pandat Vijay Narayan, Mumbai police Inspector).

A complaint was given to the police by forest department on October 15, 1998 claiming that the licences of arms, allegedly in possession of Khan during poaching of black bucks at Kankani village near here on 1-2 October, 1998, had expired.

Acting on the complaint, the Luni police had registered a case against Khan under sections 3/25 and 3/27 of Arms Act.

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