1998 Blackbuck poaching case: Salman Khan gets bail
Jodhpur: Actor Salman Khan finally had a sigh of relief as the sessions court here approved his bail plea, on Saturday, in the 1998 Blackbuck poaching case. Salman will have to furnish a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh.
He has to produce personal bond worth Rs, 50,000 plus two other bonds worth Rs. 25,000 each.
Arguments were already over in the morning but Judge Joshi reserved the order for post lunch. The Superstar, however, has been told not to leave the country without court's permission.
The bail plea was heard in the Sessions court of Jodhpur by Judge Chandra Shekhar Sharma, who had been transferred to the city a night before.
It is worth mentioning that Judge Ravindra Kumar Joshi, who had reserved the bail plea hearing in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case against Bollywood superstar Salman Khan was transferred from the city the same day.
It is to be mentioned that Judge Joshi had reserved the bail plea hearing in the blackbuck poaching case in which Salman has been convicted and sentenced to five years imprisonment.
The court had earlier asked for more documents, such as files of previous cases heard by Rural and High Courts, a decision could be taken on the bail plea.