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Salman Khan Blackbuck Poaching Case: Rajasthan Govt To Approach SC Against HC Verdict
A day after actor Salman Khan’s ‘missing’ driver claimed that he saw the actor shooting a blackbuck, Rajasthan Law Minister Rajendra Rathod said that he will explore legal options and even approach Supreme Court in the case.

A day after actor Salman Khan’s ‘missing’ driver claimed that he saw the actor shooting a blackbuck, Rajasthan Law Minister Rajendra Rathod said that he will explore legal options and even approach Supreme Court in the case.

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Harish Dulani, Salman Khan’s driver who was reported to be ‘missing’, appeared on a TV channel and stated that he sticks to his previous claim of the actor getting off the car and shooting the deer.

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The statement came two days after the Salman Khan was acquitted by the Rajasthan High Court in two cases related to poaching of Chinkaras in Jodhpur in 1998.

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“I stick to the statement I made before the magistrate 18 years ago that Salman got off the car and shot the deer. I was not absconding but I was scared due to several threats received by me and my father,” the driver told NDTV.

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Salman Khan was was jailed in 2007 for nearly a week for shooting Chinkaras in Jodhpur in 1998.