'No one killed the deer': Salman Khan acquittal in black buck case doesn't sit well with Twitter

Salman Khan has been acquitted in the black buck and chinkara poaching cases on Monday morning, 25 July.

FP Staff July 25, 2016 14:04:29 IST
'No one killed the deer': Salman Khan acquittal in black buck case doesn't sit well with Twitter

Salman Khan has been acquitted in the black buck and chinkara poaching cases on Monday morning, 25 July. Khan and several others were accused of killing a black buck and chinkara in two separate incidents.

This phase seems to be a good one for Salman, apart from his box office success with Sultan. In December 2015, Salman Khan was acquitted in the 2002 hit-and-run case as well. Khan's father Salim Khan tweeted moments after the verdict:

However, there is a storm brewing on social media. Twitterati and Facebook users are seemingly not able to digest Salman's fate in the poaching cases. #SalmanKhan was trending all of Monday post the verdict.

However, the 'Bhai' brigade on twitter expressed relief of his acquittal:

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