Salman Khan’s bail plea in jail for the last two days in black deer hunting case has to be re-hearing on Saturday. Now everyone’s eyes are fixed on whether Salman will get bail on Saturday. Salman’s lawyers have also made further preparations in case of non-bail for any reason. On the other hand, Sessions Court judge Ravindra Kumar, who has decided on Salman’s bail petition on Saturday, has been transferred by Rajasthan High Court.
According to lawyer Mahesh, if the bail plea of the sessions court is rejected on Saturday, Salman can appeal to the High Court on Monday. However, he expressed hope that on Saturday, Salman will get bail from Sessions Court. In October 1998, a court in Jodhpur had sentenced Salman Khan to five years in jail for hunting two black deer. The court also imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 on Salman. Salman has since been locked in jail since then.
Salman’s counsel Mahesh said, “It is a complete hope that Salman will get relief from the Sessions Court. That is why I am also saying that on the basis of only one witness, Salman has been convicted, there are many deficiencies in it, and there is complete hope that we will be able to get bail. At the same time, public prosecutor Pokar Ram Vishnoi says that there is strong evidence against Salman and he should not give up on bail in this way.
After all the arguments on Friday, Salman’s advocates failed to get bail from Jodhpur Sessions Court. Salman’s bail was a key role in the arguments for the transfer of the lawyers from the CJM Court to the lawyers of the opposing parties.
Before the hearing on the bail petition on Friday, it was believed that Salman would not have any problem in getting bail. In fact, the most important reason for its primary reasons was that it was seen that during the two-decade-long case, Salman was summoned during the trial, he was present. It was believed that Salman could easily get Bell on the basis of full cooperation in the legal process. Clearly, if Salman gets bail from the sessions court on Saturday, he will have to wait until Monday when he will appeal in the High Court.