Jodhpur court on 20-year-old black deer hunting case have been sentenced today. Even if Salman Khan is convicted, he still can escape from jail in an aspect. From Bollywood to Jodhpur, this matter has been hot.

If all the accused, including Salman Khan, are sentenced to 3 years of imprisonment, they will not go to jail. Salman will be able to suspend the sentence by filling a bail bond in the lower court, but in the next 30 days, the court will have to adjourn the case by the appellate court. In this case, Salman has been acquitted in three cases. However, the matter is also in the high court.

If the other accused, including Salman Khan, is punished for more than three years then they will have to go to jail every now and then. After that an appeal will be filed in the session court and the sentence will be suspended. As long as the sentence will not be suspended from the sessions court, then we will have to stay in jail. If the accused is acquitted then the Rajasthan government can go to the High Court against this order.

The case was in 1998, when the film was going on together in Rajasthan. During this time, other accused, including Salman, had gone to roam around Gypsy. On the arrival of the Kankani village near Jodhpur, see a herd of black deer. Public prosecutor argued in the court that Salman fired and killed two of them deer. On October 2, 1998, people of Bishnoi village filed a case against Salman and others.

The court had directed the court to record the verdict on April 5. All the accused were to be present. In view of this, co-accused Saif Ali Khan, actress Tabu, Sonali Bendre and Neelam along with the main accused Salman Khan reached Jodhpur on Wednesday. Let me tell you that during the shooting of the film ‘Hum Saath Saath Hai’, on April 01, 1998, Salman was accused of hunting deer at three different places including Kankani village near Jodhpur.


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