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Armed license case against actor Salman Khan dismissed by Jodhpur court

Armed license case against actor Salman Khan dismissed by Jodhpur court

Salman Khan was accused of possessing weapons with an expired license and using them for poaching.

Mumbai:

Superstar Salman Khan has thanked his fans for their continued love and support, when the Jodhpur court rejected the Rajasthan government’s plea to submit an incorrect affidavit regarding his arms license.

Tweeting on Twitter on Thursday night, Salman Khan tweeted, “Thank you to all my fans, for your love support and concern. Take care of yourself and your family. May God bless you and love you too.”

The case is related to a case against Salman Khan under the Arms Act, in which the actor was accused of possessing weapons with an expired license and using them for poaching.

Salman Khan was present in court through video-conferencing when District and Sessions Judge Raghavendra Kachwal on Thursday pronounced the order while acquitting him from the charge.

This is the second time Salman Khan has been released from the charge.

Earlier, the Chief Judicial Magistrate’s court had released him from the charge, following which the state challenged the verdict in the District and Sessions Court.

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Salman Khan filed an affidavit in court in 2003 stating that he had lost his arms license.

The government lawyer argued that this was done to mislead the court, stating that Salman Khan knew that his license was not lost, but Judge Kachwal dismissed his arguments and charged Salman Khan Provided relief from.

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