Bollywood star Salman Khan will appear in a Jodhpur court on 10 March for the hearing in the infamous black buck killing case.
Khan, a prime accused in the 17-year-old case, will record his statement in Jodhpur's chief judicial court. The actor is also accused of illegal use of arms. However, the forest department of the district had filed a separate case under the Arms Act alleging non-renewal the licences of his revolver and rifle used at that time.
The actor will record the statement and will be asked to present more witness in the case. The court may also announce the date for the final judgement.
The case dates back to 1998 when Salman Khan and a number of other actors - who were shooting for Sooraj Barjatya's multi-starrer Hum Saath Saath Hain, allegedly poached three chinkaras and a black buck.