New Delhi, Jan 18: Bollywood actor Salman Khan was on Wednesday acquitted by a Jodhpur court of charges that he was carrying arms with expired licence.
15 October 1998: Forest department filed a case against Salman for allegedly possessing an arm with expired license and killing two blackbuck in Kankani village in Jodhpur.
12, October, 1998: Khan was arrested for hunting endangered species.
17 October, 1998: Khan was released on bail days after he was arrested.
10 April 2006 Salman Khan was convicted and sentenced to five years imprisonment and a fine of Rs 25,000.
December, 18, 2014: Court rejected Khan's plea seeking permission to summon Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) and District Magistrate(DM) of Mumbai as witnesses in the case.
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April 29, 2015: Khan appeared in Jodhpur court to record his statement.
July 25, 2016: Rajasthan High Court acquitted Salman Khan in two cases of poaching saying that there was no enough evidences.
October 19, 2016: Rajasthan government again appeals to the Supreme Court challenging the High Court's decision.
Nov 11, 2016: Khan gets SC notice on Rajasthan's appeal over his acquittal in the Chinkara poaching case.
Jan 18, 2016: Khan was aquitted of all charges by Jodhpur court
OneIndia News (with inputs from agencies)