Arms Act case: Jodhpur Court asks Salman Khan to record statement on April 23

New Delhi, April 17: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has been told to record statement in Arms Act case. A Jodhpur court has directed actor to appear before court on April 23 regarding the same.

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The case is related with 17 year old Blackbuck poaching incident. A complaint was was lodged against Salman Khan and four other actors for hunting black bucks in a village near Jodhpur in October 1998 during the shooting of the film Hum Saath Saath Hain.

Arms Act: Salman to record statement

According to IBN report, earlier, the Rajasthan High Court had rejected the actor's plea against a trial court order in which it was requested that four more witnesses to be deposed in the case.

Actor was accused of hunting protected black bucks and was carrying guns with expired license. Later police registered case against him under Arms act.

It seems, Salman Khan is having tough time ahead. In 2002 hit and run case, Prosecution and Defence both are wrangling to prove their point. When prosecution is trying his best to prove actor guilty, Defence is leaving no stone unturned to prove that Salman Khan is being implicated in false case.

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