Actor Salman Khan was convicted by Jodhpur Court with 5 years jail term and Rs 10,000 fine as punishment for blackbuck poaching case of 1998. Following the sentence, he was taken to Jodhpur Central Jail.
Since morning, Twitter got bombarded with reactions from Tweeple across the nation. While some called this sentence a ‘restored act of justice,’ others stuck to their claim of Salman being ‘innocent.’ Amidst this, a picture resurfaced that created a stir among the users.
In the picture, Salman is seen sitting in a relaxed way with attitude oozing from his posture. One user posted the picture on Twitter with the caption, “Akad nhi gyi iski abhi bhi” (Still has attitude!). To which other users replied. Read the tweets here:
Akad nhi gyi iski abhi bhi pic.twitter.com/vcUO4N72QL
— Baapji (@Baapjicool) April 5, 2018
Rassi jal gayi magar madarjaat ka bal nahi gaya
— A (@A51475692) April 5, 2018
Saale Ek Pair Qabar Me Hai Kabhi To Honestly Bol De
— FAIZURRAHMAN (@faizurrahman143) April 5, 2018
Not only these tweets, but many reacted hilariously that will entertain you.
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— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) April 5, 2018
— Tweetera🐦 (@DoctorrSays) April 5, 2018
After 20 years, #Jodhpur court convicts #SalmanKhan in #BlackBuckPoachingCase. Buck killed in 1998, There is a possibility that by now Buck might’ve taken a rebirth. He/She too read this verdict and praise our Judiciary System. Now, let’s see in how much time Salman will get bail
— Anshul Saxena (@AskAnshul) April 5, 2018
Judge – Where Is The Dead Body Of That BlackBuck ?
Salman Khan – pic.twitter.com/ZZEqxsuFdK
— lakhan (@lakhan809470) April 5, 2018
Salman Khan Convicted In Blackbuck Poaching Case Despite Clear Evidence That The Blackbuck Committed Suicide. Hope Salman Bhai Will Get Justice In Higher Court. #BhaiRoxx 💪🙏 #SalmanKhan #BlackBuckPoachingCase pic.twitter.com/dpZpglZTF8
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) April 5, 2018
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