The ghosts of the fateful Chinkara shooting are back to haunt Salman Khan! The actor has been ordered to appear before the court on February 19 for the hearing of the Chinkara poaching incident.
The Bollywood star was caught in controversy for poaching of protected chinkara during the shooting of
Hum Saath Saath Hain
in 1996. Khan was convicted under Section 51 of the Wildlife Protection Act and was was sentenced to one year imprisonment and Rs 5,000 fine. The actor, who appealed against the verdict, was granted bail.
But now, he has been called back to court as the state government informed the Jodhpur bench of Rajasthan High Court that Khan received mild sentence and said other actors involved in the crime should also be convicted, reports The Times Of India.