Jodhpur: The High Court has refused to hear the transfer petition of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan. Salman presented a transfer petition in the High Court through his advocate Hastimal Saraswat to transfer the hearing in the Black Deer and Arms Act case in the District and Sessions Court (Jodhpur) directly to the High Court. Is laid. This petition was listed for hearing in the court of High Court Justice Vijay Vishnoi on Thursday. But he refused to listen to this petition and referred it to another bench.
Salman Khan was sentenced to 5 years by the rural CJM court in the Kankani deer hunting case. The court acquitted co-accused film actors Saif Ali Khan, actress Neelam, Tabu, Sonali Bendre, and Dushyant Singh in this case, giving them the benefit of doubt. This decision of the CJM Court on behalf of the state government was challenged in the Rajasthan High Court. Salman’s advocate Hastimal Saraswat has submitted a petition in the court demanding that all the cases are of the same trend, so they should be heard together.
Cases pending in district and sessions court
He has appealed in the District and Sessions Court against the 5-year sentence given to Salman Khan by the CJM (Rural) Court. At the same time, the CJM court acquitted Salman Khan in the Arms Act case giving the benefit of doubt. This decision has also been challenged in the sessions court itself. Both cases are pending in this court. Let me tell you that this much-discussed case against Salman Khan has been pending for a long time. This matter is still entangled in the legal dispute in the courts.