Bollywood Superstar Salman Khan has been acquitted by the Rajasthan High Court in the 1998 chinkara poaching case. Salman and seven others were accused of killing a blackbuck and chinkara in two separate incidents. It seems Luck is shining too bright for Bright star. Salman had appealed before the Jodhpur bench of the high court challenging a lower court verdict handing him a one and five-years term in the two separate cases of poaching. Khan had earlier appealed before the High Court challenging the lower court’s verdict that had handed him one and five years’ imprisonment in the two separate cases of poaching. In February 2006, Salman Khan was convicted under the Wild Life Act for poaching a Chinkara at Bhawad near Jodhpur during the shooting of a film in September 1998. Salman Khan was sentenced to one-year imprisonment and was slapped a fine of Rs 5,000. So Tweeples were amazed at the rate on which he is getting aquitted in every criminal cases. Reactions on his acquittal, at twitter is hard hitting and sarcastically raises questions on our legal system.

 

Reactions on Salman Khan’s Acquittal at Twitter

 

Court has come to a conclusion that #SalmanKhan didn’t kill the Chinkara, the chinkara committed suicide after seeing one of his movies.

 

Some of the his Criminal cases were older than his actresses. #SalmanKhan

 

Jodhpur Jail’s guards disappointed that they won’t get a chance to click selfies with Salman

 

 

India is the only Country in the world where Terrorists are called Freedom Fighters and Convicted Stars are treated as Gods…!!

 

 

No one was driving the car and deer committed suicide #SalmanKhan

 

 

 

‘What the Buck?’😮#SalmanKhan has been given a clean chit by Rajasthan HC in Blackbuck and Chinkara poaching cases.