Actor Salman Khan will appear in Jodhpur Court on Friday in connection with the 1998 Arms Act case.
During the previous hearing on July 6, Salman Khan had not appeared in person.
On July 6, the court hearing the matter had exempted him from appearing in person. However, he is required to be present in the District and Sessions Court on Friday.
Khan had earlier been acquitted in the Arms Act case by Jodhpur’s CJM Court. However, the State Government had gone to appeal at the District and Sessions Court.
Khan was accused of keeping firearms illegally, that is, beyond their expiry date.
Earlier in the day, there was uncertainty over whether Salman Khan will actually make an appearance in Jodhpur Court on Friday or not due to the strike. However, the strike got called off later.
Hastimal Saraswat, Salman Khan’s counsel told India Today, “Salman Khan will be present in Jodhpur Court tomorrow. The strike has been called off.”
19 Feb 2019
20 Feb 2019