Salman Khan given cell number 106 in Jodhpur Central Jail – More Detail

Salman Khan Verdict

Salman Khan given cell number 106 in Jodhpur Central Jail

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Salman Khan in Jail

A Jodhpur court on Thursday convicted Bollywood actor Salman Khan for five years in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case. A penalty of Rs 10,000 has also been levied on him. Earlier in the day, other accused in the case – Tabu, Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Neelam were acquitted, while the ‘Sultan’ star was held in the court.

However, call the star’s bad luck or his not so good fate, Salman will spend a night behind the bars. And further if he does not get a bail tommorrow, he might spend three days in a row inside the jail. Further as per a media report, actor Salman has been currently lodged in barrack number 2 and has been given cell number.

The information further states that Salman will be given the jail uniform tomorrow and multiple-layer security is already placed outside his ward. As far as the case goes, for those unaware, on one fine evening in 1998, post the wrap up of the shoot of their movie ‘Hum Saath – Saath Hain’, Salman, Saif, Sonali, Neelam and Tabu went for some hunting as a recreation, where they ended up killing the endangered specie of a blackbuck. And the case has been on since then.

Salman Khan in Jail for 5years

The actors were accused of hunting down the animals in Kankani village near Jodhpur on the intervening night of October 1 and 2, 1998, when they were in the city shooting for the film ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’

Khan had earlier pleaded innocence in the case, claiming before the court that the blackbuck died of “natural causes” and that he was being “framed”.This is the last of the three poaching cases against the actor from 1998 being heard at Jodhpur trial court. He was convicted in two poaching cases by the trial court, only to be acquitted by the Rajasthan high court later.