It looks like Salman Khan’s legal dramas may not yet be over. The actor has been asked to appear back in court in connection with the Arms Act case of which he was previously acquitted in January.
Khan, who had been embroiled in the case since 1998 following alleged poaching of two black bucks had thought he had found reprieve earlier in the year. However the Rajasthan Government had made an appeal on his acquittal and now has ordered the superstar to appear in court on 6th July where he has to provide a bail bond of Rs.20,000.
Times of India confirmed the position reporting his lawyer’s statement “The court acquitted Salman Khan in the arms act case where the state government filed an appeal against this order. We received a notice of that appeal. The court has asked Salman Khan to personally appear before court on July 6. We have been asked to furnish a bail bond worth Rs. 20, 000”.
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