Mumbai Sessions Court Cancels Bailable Warrant Against Salman Khan

Salman Khan seems to be on a lucky streak for now. Weeks after getting bail from the Jodhpur court in the blackbuck case, Salman has had another legal victory to his name. On Saturday, the Mumbai Sessions Court cancelled a bailable warrant against the actor which was issued in the 2002 hit and run case.

According to special public prosecutor Pradeep Gharat, the court had issued a bailable warrant against Salman Khan after the actor did not complete the procedure of providing surety on the past two dates. Salman’s lawyer meanwhile filed an application last week before the sessions judge, who stayed the bailable warrant against the actor on the condition that Salman would complete the procedure of providing surety.

Salman Khan was sentenced to a five-year jail term by a court in the blackbuck poaching case on 7 April.

Salman Khan is currently gearing up for the release of his film Race 3, and shooting for three other projects that are in the pipeline - Sajid Nadiadwala’s Kick 2, his own home production - Dabangg 3 and Ali Abbas Zafar’s next - Bharat.

Earlier on 17 April, Salman Khan was also granted permission to travel to the US, Canada and Nepal by the Sessions Court in Jodhpur. Salman was sentenced to a five-year jail term on 7 April, following which he was granted bail. But, the District and Sessions Court judge had asked Salman not to leave the country without the court’s permission.

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