Bollywood actor Salman Khan has got a new twist in the ongoing black deer hunting case. On this matter, on Tuesday, Salman apologized for submitting a false affidavit. It is being told in media reports that they have admitted that all this has happened by mistake. At the same time, he submitted this affidavit before the Jodhpur Sessions Court in 2003, 18 years ago. Hearing on this case has been going on since 1998, while on Thursday, 11 February, the final decision in this case is also going to come. Salman is accused of hunting black deer during the shooting of one of his films.
The trial in this case has been going on for the last two decades, while now this case has reached the final stage. According to a Times of India report, recently Salman Khan’s lawyer Hastimal Saraswat has said that on August 8, 2003, fake affidavits were submitted to the court by mistake. He says that ‘Salman had forgotten that his license had gone for renewal due to being busy and he had told the court that his license was not getting’.
With this, Salman’s lawyer has appealed that ‘Salman Khan should be forgiven for this’. Salman Khan is accused of hunting black deer in a village during the shooting of the film ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’. Because of which a case was filed against him under the Arm Act and the court asked him to submit his weapon license.
During that time, Salman Khan had given an affidavit in the court that he had lost his license. An FIR was also lodged in the Bandra Police Station regarding this matter. At the same time, it has to be seen what is the decision of the court on this apology of Salman Khan.