Just when everyone thought that Salman Khan was a 'free man', the ordeals (from the past) seem to be far from over. Readers maybe aware that Salman Khan was one of the prime accused in the poaching of a endangered black buck incident at the Kankani village that took place in October, 1998.
In the recent hearing in Jodhpur, Salman Khan reportedly pleaded that 'he is not guilty' in the Arms Act case at a Jodhpur court and that he had been framed by the forest officials. Salman Khan then stated that he had signed the statement (which had a witness named Uday Raghvan stating that he had brought the arms from Mumbai following Salman's instructions) under pressure from forest officials. During the case hearing, Salman Khan reportedly pleaded before the court stating "Main nirdosh hoon. Mujhe jhootha phansaya gaya hai (I am not guilty and that I have been falsely drawn in the case)."
Besides Salman Khan, there was his sister Alvira Khan and his longstanding bodyguard Shera, who were present during the court proceedings.
Watch this space for developments.