Chinkara Poaching Case: Rajsthan Govt Appeals in Supreme Against Salman Khan

Rajsthan Government has appealed in the Supreme Court against the Bollywood Superstar Salman Khan in Chinkara Poaching Case in Jodhpur.

Law Minister of the state, Rajendra Rathore told, “The government is studying the merits and demerits of the case.  And has decided to appeal against the decision in the Supreme Court.”

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Sultan actor Salman was cleared by the Rajasthan High Court on 25th July, 2016 in the two cases – poaching of two chinkaras at Bhawad on September 26-27, 1998. And another case is poaching of another one in the Ghoda Farm area on September 28-29, 1998 in Jodhpur.

According Chinkara Poaching Case:

Bhaijaan Salman Khan was in Rajasthan shooting for the film “Hum Saath Saath Hain” at the time. Not only Salman Khan but also seven others were respondents of killing a blackbuck. And a chinkara in two separate incidents when they were shooting for the movie “Hum Saath Saath Hai” in Rajasthan.

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The key witness had alleged that Salman Khan had shot the gazelle. Bollywood star Salman Khan moved the Jodhpur bench of the High Court to challenge his opinion by a lower court and award of one and five-year terms in the two poaching cases.

The state government also appealed against the lower court’s judgement on different grounds in Chinkara Poaching Case. On 25th July, 2016, Justice Nirmaljit Kaur allowing Bollywood actor Salman Khan’s appeal. And he acquitted Salman of all charges and also discharged the state government appeal.

After that, In August, Rajasthan’s Additional Advocate General KL Thakur suggested to the state government to appeal in the Supreme Court against Salman Khan’s discharge by the High Court.

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