Bollywood actor Salman Khan’s troubles have increased before Bigg Boss starts. Salman is scheduled to appear in Jodhpur court today before hosting the 13th season. Meanwhile, he has also received death threats from a gangster.
Sessions court judge Chandra Kumar Songara directed Khan to appear before the court on September 27 during the hearing on July 4. Failure to do so may also cancel Khan’s bail. Police have made elaborate security arrangements after threatening to kill them.
During the shooting of the film ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’ in 1998, Salman is facing a case of hunting two black deer and illegal weapons. Salman did not appear in the District and Sessions Court of Jodhpur Rural last time and submitted an apology. The court had strongly reprimanded his actions and said that if he does not appear next time, then action will be taken.
On September 16, a post on Facebook has threatened to kill Salman. The threat was given by gangster Gary Shooter, who belongs to the Lawrence Bishnoi gang. A police official said that in February last year, Salman had changed his mind to appear in court due to similar threats from gangster Lawrence Bishnoi.
Let me tell you that on 5 April in 2018, the Chief Judicial Magistrate of Jodhpur Sessions Court, Dev Kumar Khatri, had sentenced Salman to five years in the nearly two-decade-old black deer hunting case. Along with this, Salman was also fined Rs 10,000. At the same time, among the remaining accused, Saif Ali Khan, Neelam, Sonali, Tabu and Dushyant Singh was acquitted.
Salman appealed to the District and Sessions Court against the lower court’s decision and on April 7, he was granted conditional bail while staying the lower court sentence pronounced against Salman. In the second case, in 2016, the Lower Court acquitted Salman Khan in the illegal arms case, against which the Rajasthan government has appealed in the District and Sessions Court. The trial of both these cases is going on in the District and Sessions Court in which Salman Khan is to appear.