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Decision on Salman�s bail plea reserved till today

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JODHPUR, April 6 - A sessions court today reserved its decision on Bollywood superstar Salman Khan�s bail plea till tomorrow, his defence counsel said.

The actor, who was yesterday convicted by the trial court and sentenced to five years in prison in a 1998 blackbuck poaching case, would now be spending another night in Jodhpur Central Jail.

The District and Sessions Court here heard arguments on the suspension of sentence and bail application before deferring the matter till tomorrow.

In his arguments, defence counsel Mahesh Bora said there were various loopholes in the investigation. He argued that no investigation in any of the cases of poaching proved that Salman used firearms.

�We have argued that the eyewitness in the case was not reliable,� Bora said.

The Magistrate, Ravindra Kumar Joshi also sought the record of the case from the lower court. � PTI

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Decision on Salman�s bail plea reserved till today

JODHPUR, April 6 - A sessions court today reserved its decision on Bollywood superstar Salman Khan�s bail plea till tomorrow, his defence counsel said.

The actor, who was yesterday convicted by the trial court and sentenced to five years in prison in a 1998 blackbuck poaching case, would now be spending another night in Jodhpur Central Jail.

The District and Sessions Court here heard arguments on the suspension of sentence and bail application before deferring the matter till tomorrow.

In his arguments, defence counsel Mahesh Bora said there were various loopholes in the investigation. He argued that no investigation in any of the cases of poaching proved that Salman used firearms.

�We have argued that the eyewitness in the case was not reliable,� Bora said.

The Magistrate, Ravindra Kumar Joshi also sought the record of the case from the lower court. � PTI

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