It has only been few days since Salman Khan was acquitted from the Arms Act case after 18 years. Last week, Salman and his Hum Saath Saath Hain co-stars were ordered to appear in front of Jodhpur court in Rajasthan to record their statements regarding the Blackbuck poaching case. Salman Khan pled not guilty in front of the court.
Now, it has been learned that Salman Khan's defense counsel, who is representing him in the blackbuck poaching case, has claimed that he has received a death threat from an international gangster for acquitting Salman in the case. Salman's lawyer HM Saraswat said that he had received a phone call two days ago from a person who identified himself as an international gangster. According to the lawyer, the gangster allegedly threatened Saraswat for getting Khan acquitted in the Arms Act case, saying he was not happy with it.
Saraswat further revealed that the caller even warned him to be ready to face dire consequences and no one can save him. After the call, he filed a complaint with the police and he has been provided with armed security. Police Commissioner Ashok Rathore said that armed policeman have been provided for the lawyer's security and the investigation has been started.
HM Saraswat further said that the caller aka the international gangster had allegedly also called Salman Khan demanding protection money from him. But the actor refused to do so. As for Salman Khan, the next hearing for the poaching case will be in February.