Salman Khan is surely on career high with SULTAN being a huge hit. Well apart from that Salman has various reasons to rejoice, as he has been reportedly acquitted today in two poaching cases, with the Rajasthan High Court over-turning an earlier verdict that sentenced him to five years in jail.
As per the reports today morning Salman's sister Alvira went to Rajasthan high court with the lawyer where court acquitted Salman over black buck case.We are not sure if Salman Khan was present or not.
Salman Khan, 50, has been accused of shooting an endangered and protected antelopes in two separate incidents in 1998, while filming a movie in the desert state. But the High Court today said there was no evidence to prove that the animals, who were found dead were shot by Mr. Khan's licensed gun.
The driver of the jeep that was used by Salman Khan and his co-stars for their alleged hunt has been missing, weakening the prosecution's case against the movie star, who was not required to attend today's court session.
The state government must decide now whether to appeal to the Supreme Court to over-rule today's decision. In 2007, Mr. Khan spent a week in jail in Jodhpur before being granted bail.
A third case about Salman Khan's alleged poaching is yet to be decided in Rajasthan.