Bollywood star Salman Khan gets 5 years for poaching deer

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Yesterday, the Bollywood star Salman Khan sent into the jail for 5 years for the BlackBuck Poaching Case and he was into the Jodhpur jail since yesterday.

After hearing Salman's bail plea for about 40 minutes, the court chose to pronounce its order on Saturday.

Speaking to a news channel, he said: "If it was not Salman Khan, bail would have been granted the next day".

Salman's lawyer Mahesh Boda told the media that he has been getting life threats for presenting the actor's case but he was not afraid of them.

Salman is lodged in the Jodhpur Central Jail as "Qaidi No. 106".

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The court also ordered the actor to pay a fine of $154.

Singh said that the actor had a blood pressure issue when he came inside the jail and the doctor of the prison dispensary checked him.

The 52-year-old baby-faced leading man was found guilty of killing two blackbucks, a type of antelope found in the country, while working on a film in the northwestern Indian state of Rajasthan.

Salman received the punishment under sections 9 and section 51 of the Wildlife Protection Act.

The chief judicial magistrates court acquitted Salmans colleagues Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Neelam and Sonali Bendre and a local, Dushyant Singh in the case, giving them the "benefit of doubt". This means that the actor will have to spend at least one more night in police custody.

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Khan, one of the Indian movie industry's most bankable stars, wore black sunglasses and a figure-hugging black shirt as he walked briskly from a white SUV to the courthouse flanked by security.

Around 11 am, Khan's sisters Alvira and Arpita were the first to walk in towards the CJM court, situated on the first floor of district and sessions court.

Salman had a total of four separate cases registered against him in connection with the poaching of blackbucks and chinkara.

The Rajasthan government has challenged his acquittal in the Chinkara deer case in the Supreme Court.

Salman Khan will have to stay in Jodhpur Central Jail another day, as the Jodhpur Sessions Court delayed until tomorrow an order on a bail plea by the actor.

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