BlackBuck Case: Jaya Bachchan, Arjun Rampal express shock over Salman Khan ‘ s conviction

In the blackbuck poaching case Salman Khan gets 5 years in prison whereas co-accused Sonali Bendre, Saif Ali Khan, Tabu and Neelam  were acquitted due to lack of evidence. All the actors were working on the film “Hum Saath Saath Hain” when the hunt took place.

He has been convicted under Section 51 of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, which carries maximum punishment of six years and minimum one-year jail term.“Salman Khan has been convicted under the wildlife protection act and the rest of the stars have been acquitted,” prosecutor Mahipal Bishnoi told reporters.

[Also see: Salman Khan’s 20-Year-Old Video With The Forest Department Has Taken The Internet By Storm]“Since the accused is a film star, people follow him and look up to him. And the way he killed innocent deer, and because there is rampant poaching…,” said the judge, explaining his decision. This statement by judge proves that Salman is a victim of stardom. The court verdict has shocked the whole nation.

[Also see: Salman Khan’s 5-YEAR IMPRISONMENT Will Be A Massive Loss To Bollywood As Well As Television]

Renown celebs has expressed the shock over Salman’s conviction. have a look:

Subhash Ghai was among the first ones to tweet, “I am extremely shocked to hear @BeingSalmanKhan being convicted by session court but also having full trust in indian judiciary which has many other doors to appeal for final justice whatsoever. Since He is most loved person by industry N people for his human reasons too.”

Check out his tweet here:

While talking to ANI, Jaya Bachchan said that she’feels bad’, and also said that actor should get bail.

[Also see: In Pics: Salman Khan Arrives At Jodhpur Central Jail, Soon To Undergo Medical Test]

Arjun Rampal too expressed his shock and tweeted,

Salman’s bail plea will come up in the sessions court on Friday. Share your thought about salman’s conviction in comment section below. Stay tuned with us for all latest news and updates.

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