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Verdict: Salman Khan's case under the Arms Act on illegal possession of arms and ammunition

Salman Khan's case under the Arms Act for illegal possession of arms will finally be out in January hoping that it doesn't affect his upcoming film, Tubelight

Salman Khan Verdict: Salman Khan's case under the Arms Act on illegal possession of arms and ammunition Source : Press
The resulting day is not far when Salman Khan's case under the Arms Act for illegal possession of arms and ammunition will be announced. As per reports, it said that the verdict will be out by this month. Today the court said that Salman Khan will have to be present in the court on January 18 when the final verdict of this case would be announced. The case under Arms Act was registered after the weapons, 0.22 rifle and 0.32 revolver, which was allegedly used by him for hunting down two blackbucks in 1998 at Kankani village. Where the license of those weapons had their licenses expired. This incident took place when "Bhaijaan" was shooting outdoors for ‘Hum Saath Saath Hai’ in 1998. Last year, in March, Salman Khan said that he has been framed by the forest authorities and claimed his innocence at the court. The case registered under Arms Act is filed by the forest department. While the final verdict would be pronounced on January 18, the ‘Sultan’ actor could be sentenced to jail for maximum seven years if convicted guilty. Also, this year Salman Khan's new film, Tubelight would be released this year on Eid, so let's hope this doesn't affect the release date of the film.