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The Blackbuck Poaching Case of Salman Khan has been going on since 1998
and the actor was sentenced to 5 years in prison in 2018, but was out on bail after spending just 3 days in jail. The Jodhpur Court had a hearing yesterday on August 3, and made a judgement that Salman Khan must seek permission every time he travels abroad.
However, Salman Khan's lawyers moved the judgement in the Jodhpur sessions court citing that the actor must be exempted from the order that requires him to take permission for going abroad. The court ruked against the application and now Salman Khan must seek permission when he travels abroad.
Apart from the Blackbuck Poaching Case, Salman Khan still has the Arms Act Case pending and in the previous hearing, Salman's lawyer had submitted an application to the District Court arguing that the Blackbuck Poaching case and the Arms Act case should be heard together. However, a source informed that as per the court process, the Arms Act case hearing will only start after the Blackbuck Poaching Case hearing ends.
Salman Khan is accussed of shooting and killing two blackbucks in the Kankani village, Jodhpur, Rajasthan on October 1, 1998, during the shoot of the movie Hum Saath Saath Hain. His co-stars Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Tabu and Neelam were also accused in the case and all of them were acquitted by the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Jodhpur Rural on April 6, 2018.