It seems that the trouble for actor Salman Khan doesn’t come to an end. Apart from the infamous hit and run case, he is also battling with another case pertaining to poaching. The actor is being accused poaching black buck and chinkaras during his stay in Jodhpur during the shooting of the movie Hum Saath Saath Hain long back in 1998. As per the latest buzz, the actor is being summoned by a local court based in Jodhpur to record his statements in the case of Arms Act.
This will simply follow a recent decision by the court in order to allow the prosecution to present the additional witnesses and evidence before it. The case is also an off shoot of the poaching cases against the actor for killing the animals in Jodhpur during the said movie shooting. As per reports, the licenses of his weapons were expired, which also brings in the forest department slapping a case under the Arms Act Law.
The verdict of this 16 year old case was scheduled on 25th February, however, the very same day the prosecution moved out the nine year old application, which asked the court to count over the additional witnesses and get more documents. The court deferred the verdict and the prosecution, which allowed the court to present four more witnesses along with the forensic report and a couple of other evidences as well. With a number of other witnesses being brought under the case, actor Salman Khan now have to record his fresh statement.