Salman Khan ordered to appear in court on September 28 in this case
Salman Khan ordered to appear in court on September 28 in this case

Salman Khan is a Bollywood superstar and there is a big news about him. He has been asked by the District and Sessions Court, Jodhpur to appear on 28 September. This order has been given to him under the Black Deer Hunting and Arms Act case. According to the information received, the trial was going on today but the hearing could not be completed. Salman has been ordered to appear in court on the next hearing date. Salman had earlier appealed for an amnesty, which was accepted. But now Salman has got orders to appear in Jodhpur court on 28 September.

Now it is to be seen if Salman appears in the court or files another plea. During the shooting of his film 'Hum Saath Saath Hai' in Jodhpur in October 1998, Salman Khan was accused of hunting two black deer in the outskirts of Kankani village adjoining Jodhpur city.

Salman was convicted by the court after the hearing in the same case till now. He was then sentenced to five years. Co-accused actors Saif Ali Khan, actress Neelam, Tabu and Sonali Bendre were acquitted in this case. Salman was sent to jail after the court's orders. At the moment, he is out on bail.

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