Salman Khan Acquitted In Illegal Arms Case And Twitterati Couldn’t Stop Trolling Him

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Updated on 2 Sep, 2017 at 7:38 pm

Jodhpur, Rajasthan court held the movie star Salman Khan “not guilty” of keeping an unlicensed weapon and using it during an alleged deer hunt in 1998. Salman was charged under the Arms Act as part of several cases linked to the poaching of black buck.


Salman Khan came to the court along with his sister, Alvira. He was let off within minutes stating that the evidences against him was not strong enough to prove him guilty.


Salman’s lawyer argued that the actor only had air guns and there was no evidence to prove that Salman had used firearms. The prosecution never brought the eyewitness. The judge also said two post-mortem reports on the deer showed different causes of death – dog-bite and a gunshot wound.


Soon after the acquittal, Salman Khan thanked his fans and tweeted…

Salman’s acquittal, on one hand, made his fans celebrate whereas other Twitter users used their creative minds to troll Salman and the court’s judgment. Here are the best ones…

No matter what people think about Salman, bhai will always be like…

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