Salman Khan gave wrong information in Krishnasar deer killing case. The Bollywood actor apologized to the court as soon as the negligence of the affidavit was caught.
The court will hear the final verdict of the case next Thursday.
In 2003, Salman filed an affidavit in a Jodhpur court. Recently, wrong information has been caught in it. The actor attended the hearing via video conferencing on Tuesday. His lawyer Hastimal Saraswat told the court that the affidavit was submitted incorrectly. The actor should be forgiven for this unintentional mistake.
According to the affidavit, Salman’s license was lost. He lodged an FIR with the Bandra police. But in fact it was sent for renewal. Saraswat claims that the actor was very busy when he submitted the affidavit in 2003. So this was a mistake.
However, public prosecutor Bhabani Singh Bhati claimed that a new case should be filed against Salman for misleading the investigation.
Salman was arrested in 1997 for hunting two Krishnasar deer in a village in Jodhpur. The court ordered him to submit his license under the Arms Act. He then submitted the affidavit.
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