Blackbuck Case: Salman Khan, Appeal for virtual appearance in the High Court

In the Blackbuck (Blackbuck) hunting and arms act case, Actor Salman Khan has again filed a petition in the High Court for the waiver of attendance. He has to appear on 6 February to hear the case. He has petitioned the High Court expressing his inability to come.

Salman demands virtual presence
Salman Khan has demanded from the High Court that he be allowed virtual presence. The High Court has issued notices to the state government and the central government. It will be heard again on February 4. Salman Khan to appear in Jodhpur court on 6 February in the case of Kankani deer hunting and arms act.

Attended forgiveness in Corona 7 times
Earlier, Salman Khan had sought exemption from appearing in court on December 1, citing the risk of infection with the corona virus. Accepting the application, the court deferred hearing till 16 January. On 16 January, Salman again appealed for an amnesty and the court accepted his plea. Salman Khan has apologized 7 times during the corona.

This is the whole matter related to Black Buck
In October 1998, Salman Khan was accused of hunting two blackbuck in the outskirts of Kankani village in Jodhpur during the shooting of his film Hum Saath Saath Hain in Jodhpur. The court has been hearing this case for the last several years. During this time, Salman has been convicted and sentenced to five years. On the other hand, co-accused actors Saif Ali Khan, actresses Neelam, Tabu and Sonali Bendre were acquitted, giving them the benefit of doubt. Salman challenged the 5-year sentence from the trial court in the court of District and Sessions Judge.