Blackbuck Case: Hearing in the High Court on Salman Khan's petition today
In this case, Salman Khan has already apologized 17 times before the court. He has to appear in the court again on 6 February to present in the district and session court.
New Delhi: Blackbuck Hunting and Arms Act case will be heard on Friday on the petition of film actor Salman Khan. Instead of appearing in court personally, Salman wants to appear virtually so that he can give his attendance directly in court from Mumbai. For this, he had submitted a petition in the High Court through his advocate on Thursday. He will be heard by the bench of the Chief Justice of the High Court.
Blackbuck Hunting Case:
After presenting the petition on behalf of Salman Khan on Thursday, the High Court had issued a notice to the state and central government in this matter and sought its response. In the case of Blackbuck Hunting and Arms Act, Salman is to appear in the District and Sessions Jodhpur Court on 6 February, but before appearing in the court, Salman reached the High Court seeking a virtual presence.
What is the decision of High Court in this matter, it is expected to be decided today. Experts will also keep an eye on this, because this decision can become an example in other cases.
What Salman Khan Said?
Appearing in the High Court in this regard, Salman's advocate Hastimal Saraswat told the bench that due to Corona, his client Salman is not able to appear in the Jodhpur court. Therefore, they should be allowed to register a virtual presence in the court from Mumbai. After that the bench of Chief Justice Inderjit Mahanti and Judge Manoj Kumar Garg had asked the state and central government to present their case.
In this case, Salman Khan has already apologized 17 times before the court. He has to appear in the court again on 6 February to present in the district and session court. This time Salman is less likely to get a waiver. Therefore, Salman has now reached the shelter of the High Court. Salman's petition is likely to be heard after noon.