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  • Appeal against Salman's acquittal in Arms Act case to be heard on July 6

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on July 6

Jodhpur, Apr 21 (PTI)
Arguments on an appeal filed by the Rajasthan government in a sessions court here challenging the acquittal of actor Salman Khan by a trial court in a case against him under the Arms Act will begin on July 6.

In response to a notice issued by sessions judge Bhagwan Das Agarwal on March 7, counsels of Khan appeared in the court today and submitted 'vakalatnama' (authorisation letter).

After accepting the documents, Agarwal listed the matter for arguments on July 6.

Khan had been acquitted by the trial court in a case against him for alleged possession and use of arms after expiry of its licence.

The state government had filed the appeal in the sessions court challenging the acquittal on March 7, following which the sessions court had issued notice to Khan.

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