Salman Khan has been asked to appear in a Jodhpur trial court on 10th March, for alleged illegal possession of arms in the black buck poaching case.
This order came after the District and Session Court rejected an appplication of the defence seeking recalling of a prosecution witness for his examination.
As cited in Deccan Chronicle, Additional Public Prosecutor Dinesh Tiwari said, “The court has rejected the application of the defence seeking recalling of a prosecution witness, the then District Magistrate Rajat Kuamr Mishra, and ordered the defence to ensure the presence of Khan in the court on March 10 for the recording of the accused’s statements”.
Khan had appeared in court last April to record his statement and pleaded not-guilty. However, before the court considered his plea, the defence moved an application seeking re-examination of five prosecution witnesses of the case. This was completed yesterday.