A local court in Jodhpur has ordered Bollywood star Salman Khan to show up in the court on March 10 to record his statement in a case linked to the Arms Act.
It’s the third time that Salman has been requested to record his statement throughout the trial in this case.
The court was to pronounce its ruling in this case on February 25 a year ago, when a number of applications for examination of four witnesses were permitted, but it was deferred.
After evaluation of four witnesses, Salman appeared before the neighborhood court on April 29 a year ago.
On Thursday, after finishing the reexamination, an application to examine witness Rajat Mishra was transferred by Salman’s advocate, but this was not allowed by the court and ordered Salman to stay present before the court for recording of his statement.
A protected animal under the Wildlife Protection Act, two black bucks, were killed on the outskirts of Kankani hamlet near Jodhpur. Salman is accused of using and carrying arms that were prohibited. He’s also alleged to have been carrying arms having an expired permit.