Two things will never end: One is Kejriwal’s blame game with Narendra Modi and the other is Salman Khan’s hearings in court.
Salman Khan’s 18-year-old blackbuck case has taken a yet another turnaround. Recently, Salman and other accused Bollywood actors which includes Saif Ali Khan, Tabu and Sonali Bendre were questioned at the Jodhpur court. They were accused of driving into the forests of Jodhpur on the night of 1 October, 1998 and allegedly shooting blackbucks there.
In his latest statement, Salman claimed that Blackbuck had a natural death,
“Only the first forensic report of Dr Nepalia saying that the animal died of “natural causes” was true and the rest of the evidence is false,”
Moreover, the actor was asked 65-odd questions by the Jodhpur magistrate to most of which he simply said “galat”.
He was asked, “You were seen by two people who said they saw you shoot the blackbuck” and he, in his retaliation, said, “galat”. The other minor questions were about the truthfulness of whether his gun was without a licence.
He was further interrogated over the blood stains and hair of the blackbucks found in his jeep, to which he claimed “false”. He also replied in the negative when asked,”You went shooting at night?”
Earlier, Salman Khan has been acquitted of all charges by the Jodhpur court due to lack of evidence in the Arms Act case in the alleged poaching of blackbucks. The next hearing will be held on February 15.