Salman Khan, the Dabangg actor needs the TV channel to desist from releasing the sting operation that he claims will put an end to his public image.
Mumbai: Salman Khan, who was blamed of poaching a chinkara in Jodhpur all through the shooting of his movie Hum Saath Saath hain in the month of September in the year 1998, has hit a offense case of Rs 100 crore contrary to a TV news broadcast channel.
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Based on the views of reports, the hero filed a complaint before a separation bench of the Bombay High Court in the month of August, 2017 where he has appealed that the sting operation that was conducted by the TV channel in the 1998 blackbuck robbing case was insulting and malicious. The hero needs the TV channel to desist from releasing the sting operation that he claims will terminate his public image.
In this sting operation, the TV channel mentioned that witnesses are saying that they have seen Salman Khan shooting the imperiled chinkaras in Jodhpur. Though, later the witnesses crooked hostile and appealed the video was modified.
On 24th August, the previous hearing was conducted where the TV channel demanded that they have previously deleted the tape and the story of the sting operation, counting other material. In a inquiry that took place previous this month, both the parties succumbed affirmations and informed the court of law that they were employed out a clearance. On 18th November, Justice SJ Kathawalla, who is ruling over the matter, will overhear the case.
In an immense relief for Salman Khan, the hero was guiltless on July, 2016 by the Rajasthan High Court in the year 1998 blackbuck poaching case.