Salman Khan has been issued a notice by a session court once again as Rajasthan government has pleaded against his acquittal in an Arms Act case.
District and Sessions Judge Bhagwan Das Agarwal issued notice to the actor, seeking his reply to the government’s plea against him by April 21. Public Prosecutor Pokar Ram Bishnoi, who challenged Khan’s acquittal, said the plea has been admitted and the notice issued to Khan.
The government has challenged Khan’s acquittal in the Arms Act case involving alleged possession of unlicensed weapon by him for hunting deers in 1998 in Jodhpur.
Earlier Jodhpur Chief Judicial Magistrate had acquitted Salman in the Arms Act case on January 18 citing technical grounds, saying he had been prosecuted under wrong sections.