Supreme Court Reserves Order Regarding Salman Khan’s Black Buck Case

Supreme Court Reserves Order Regarding Salman Khan’s Black Buck Case

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Salman Khan
Salman Khan

The final hearing of Salman Khan‘s black buck poaching case was supposed to be held yesterday. But for now, what we’ve heard is that the Supreme Court has reserved its order on the Rajasthan government’s appeal. The appeal had challenged a state high court order staying the conviction of  Salman so that he could travel to Britain to complete the shooting of one his upcoming flicks.

But apparently, the court also stated that the decision cannot be kept on hold only so that Salman can get access to the UK visa.

Salman Khan was convicted in 2006 by the trial court for hunting the protected blackbuck in Rajasthan with his Hum Saath Saath Hain co-stars, Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Tabu and Neelam.

Last year, his conviction was stayed by the high court.