Salman’s Arms act verdict today, actor reaches Jodhpur court

Bollywood actor Salman Khan reached Jodhpur court with sister Alvira and his group of advocates. The hearing of 1998 Arms act case will be pronounced by the Jodhpur court today. He left for Jodhpur at Chartered plane yesterday with sister and lawyers and reached Jodhpur yesterday. They straightway headed to the hotel.

He will be making his appearance before the Chief Judicial Magistrate today.

According to prosecution counsel Bhawani Singh Bhati, the arguments in the case was completed on January 9 and today on Januray 18th, the court will pronounce the verdict today.

During the arguments, the defence said that there are evidence which proved that the actor was framed by the forest department while the prosecution argued that there were sufficient proof against Khan for use and possession of the arms with expired license.

The case dates back to 1998 when Salman and his team was shooting for ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’ in Jodhpur. Police filed case against the superstar under Sections 3/25 and 3/27. They claimed that Khan had kept the .22 rifle and .32 revolver and used them during poaching of two black bucks in village Kankani in Jodhpur on 1-2 October, 1998.

If found guilty, Salman Khan would be jailed for three to seven years.