Bollywood actor Salman Khan is yet again in trouble as the Supreme Court has issued a notice to the star in connection to the blackbuck and Chinkara killing case. The Courts notice came up after the Rajasthan government filed a petition challenging a High Courts order to suspend Salman Khans conviction in the case. Salman Khan was accused of hunting down endangered species of two chinkara deer and one blackbuck in 1998 during the shooting of the film Hum Hum Saath Saath Hai. Co-stars Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Sonali Bendre and Neelam Kothari were also charged with inciting Salman Khan to kill the animals. Also Read: Salman Hit And Run Case: Witness Quits Previous Statement It is to be mentioned, Salman Khan earlier spent days in Jodhpur jail twice, once in 1998 and then again in 2007 in connection to the Chinkara and Blackbuck killing case. However, the Rajasthan High Court last year suspended Salmans poaching conviction and is currently out in bail. Now, fresh notice has been served by Supreme Court to Salman Khan with regard to the case which calls more trouble for Sallu Bhai who already is facing a trial for the 2002 hit and run case.