District and session court judge Ravindra Kumar Joshi lifted the bond trial of Bollywood star Salman Khan on Friday in a 1998 blackbuck poaching case until Saturday. Joshi told the media here that he has reserved the trial until April 7, which means that Salman Khan will have to spend another night in prison. Delivering the verdict in the case of 20 years, another court in Jodhpur had sentenced the actor on Thursday and sentenced him to five years in prison. The other co-defendant in the case, Tabu, Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Neelam, meanwhile, were acquitted of all charges. In addition, a fine of 10,000 rupees was imposed on Khan.
The actor is accused of killing two blackbucks in the Kankani village near Jodhpur in 1998 during the filming of the film Hum Saath Saath Hain .  He was charged under Section 51 of the Wildlife Protection Act and others under Section 51 read with Section 149 (illegal meeting) of the Indian Penal Code. With this, the Sword of Damocles now hovers over the ongoing projects of Salman Khan. He is scheduled to star in four major films in the next two years: Race 3, Dabangg 3, Kick 2 and Bharat . While the last three are in pre-production stages, Race 3 is in production in the UAE. The commercial analysts said that the Rs 4-5 billions that circulate in these films could be affected by their sentence. In the midst of safety, Salman was taken to the Central Jail in Jodhpur, where he spent the night in barrack number one. The prison also houses the accused of rape Asaram Bapu, the murder of Bhanwari Devi accused Malkhan Singh Vishnoi and Shambhu Lal Regar, arrested for killing a Muslim and filming flagrantly the act.
Here are the top 10 events related to the 1998  Salman Khan Blackbuck poaching case in which Khan has been sentenced to 5 years in prison and other co-defendants have been acquitted :
What happened in the court today:
Bail order of Salman Khan reserved for Saturday: the court of the Jodhpur session will announce its decision at 10 o'clock : 30 a.m. Tomorrow
Statements against Salman Khan false: During the hearing, Salman's attorney argued that the witnesses' statements were "unreliable and had discrepancies." To this, the prosecutor replied that the attorney must prove that these statements are wrong
1. Salman Khan bail hearing in progress : While Salman Khan's fans gathered outside the court of the Jodhpur session, his lawyer entered the courtroom where he Salman Khan had to spend the night in Jodhpur Central Jail after being convicted in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case, but Friday could be a better day for him, his lawyer Hastimal Saraswat is ready with a request for bail of 51 pages, where 54 reasons have been raised for the judge to consider and grant the bail of the convicted actor. Thus, he said: "If it were not Salman Khan, the bail would have been granted the next day.
2. Witness Key did not identify Tabu, Sonali Bendre in court: A crucial eyewitness did not recognize Tabu and Sonali Bendre while being questioned by his lawyer. As for Saif Ali Khan, the testimony of the witnesses indicated his presence in the front seat of the vehicle. However, there was no evidence to prove that Salman instigated will fire at Blackbucks.
3. Salman Khan receives death threat from local gangster: A gangster based in Punjab, Lawrence Bishnoi, threatened Friday to kill Bollywood actor Salman Khan.  The notorious gangster was taken to a local court in Jodhpur under production order. While being taken to the police vehicle, Bishnoi said he would kill Khan in Jodhpur. On the threat of the Khan by the gangster, prison superintendent Vikram Singh said: We are thinking about keeping up with some other prisoners from tomorrow so that he will not be alone considering the threat to him. "
Jodhpur police arrested Bishnoi for his involvement in twin shooting cases, and police arrested him again for his involvement in the murder of Vasudev Israni, an electronic businessman in the city.
4. Salman Khan gets the number 106 in Jodhpur prison: Salman Khan was housed in ward number 2 and was given number 106 in the central prison of Jodhpur.
According to Jodhpur DIG (prison) Vikram Singh, multiple levels have been created security set in motion for the actor in jail, and has been housed in a separate barrack.
"Salman Khan received the number 106 and is staying in Hall number 2. He was subjected to an exam mé. doctor and has no medical problems. He has not made any demands. We'll give you a prison uniform tomorrow. He has put security in several layers for his pupil, "said the DIG on Thursday, hours after he was taken to jail after his conviction in the case.The DIG said that the actor was served with chana dal (split chickpeas ), cabbage and chapati (flatbread) for food, will have to sleep on the prison floor like other prisoners.
Salman Khan cell adjacent to Asaram : Jodhpur central prison also hosts the infamous self-styled amanist self-styled Asaram, accused of rape Salman Khan has remained in Hall No. 2, adjacent to the Asaram Hall.
Salman Khan refused food in prison: Salman Khan he was served dal-roti for dinner, but he refused to eat, according to PTI, nor did he ask for food from abroad.
5. Salman Khan's Rs 5-bn films hang in the balance after sentencing: Salman Khan, sultan of the box office club Rs billion, could To be dethroned, he is scheduled to star in four major films in the next two years: Race 3, Dabangg 3, Kick 2 and Bharat. While the last three are in pre-production stages, Race 3 is in production in the UAE. Commercial analysts said there are between 4 and 5 billion rupees in these films, which could be affected by his sentence.
Khan starred in some of Bollywood's most successful films, the last one was Tiger Zinda Hai (2017), which made Rs 3.39 billion in India.
"It is too early to say if the projects will be archived or if Salman (Khan) will be replaced by another actor.If he gets bail and is allowed to finish the immediate projects, then at least Race 3 will be released on the announced date, "said a trade analyst.
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6. Animal rights activists welcome Salman conviction: Animal rights groups on Thursday hailed the sentencing of Bollywood star Salman Khan in a 1998 blackbuck murder case, claiming that the verdict showed no one was above the law, while a section "The verdict shows, if you are Salman Khan or a common citizen, the facts will be heard by a court and the law will prevail," said PETA India spokesman. Sachin Bangera said. People for the ethical treatment of animals (PETA), People for Animals (PFA), Wildlife SOS and Humane Society were among the groups that welcomed the verdict.
7. Salman condemned because he is Muslim, said Pak FM: Pakistan's Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif related Salman Khan's judgment in the blackbuck case to the actor's religion and said that He has been sentenced "because he is a minority". In an interview with Hamid Mir of Geo TV in Pakistan, Asif said: "Salman Khan has been convicted because he is a minority, and sentencing him in a case that is twenty years old continues to show the lives of those who are Muslims, untouchable & # 39; "or Christians are not valued in India." "Maybe if it belonged to the religion of the ruling party of India, it would not have received such a harsh sentence and the court could have been lenient with it," he said.
8. Pakistani Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif linked Salman Khan's sentence in the Blackbuck case to the actor's religion and said he was sentenced "because he is convicted." A minority " .
A user asked actor Saif Ali Khan, who has been acquitted in the blackbuck case, that he was arrested because he was Hindu.
"And Saif Ali Khan is going away because he is Hindu?", The user wrote on Twitter.
Another Twitterer cited the name of Sanjay Dutt, who was convicted in the 1993 Mumbai explosion case for possessing illegal weapons.
"What about Sanjay Dutt?" The second user tweeted.
A third person attacked Asif's comments about Salman, saying that the defense minister of a country should not give such statements.
"Haha ?, We can say, but the defense minister can not give such a statement, I thought I'm just dumb here in tweeter, thanks, sir," the user wrote on the microblog site.
Continuing the tirade against Asif, a twitterer questioned the banning of Salman's successful films: & # 39; Ek Tha Tiger & # 39; and its sequel & # 39; Tiger Zinda Hai & # 39; by the government of Pakistan and criticized Asif's comments about the actor.
9. Salman's fourth season begins at the Jodhpur Central Jail: Jail sources said that Salman was housed in barrack number 2 in a heavily protected and protected cell. He would have to spend at least one night in jail until his bail hearing tomorrow. This is Salman's fourth season at the Central Jail in Jodhpur, which also houses the religious preacher Asaram Bapu, who has been accused of rape. He had previously spent a total of 18 days in jail in 1998, 2006 and 2007, all for cases of poaching.
10. The attorney for Salman Khan said that the plaintiff preferred an appeal to the court of sessions: "Furthermore, in the present case, the Honorable Court has acquitted the five accused, which would mean Salman hunting alone in the middle of the night in a remote area outside of Jodhpur, we have preferred an appeal to the Court of Honorable Sessions and have requested an urgent hearing today, "he added. According to Desai, the court of sessions will hear the appeal of the suspension of the sentence / bail at 10.30 am on Friday.
& # 39; Salman focused on his status as a star & # 39 ;: The Indian film industry erupted with indignation and concern because Salman Khan was sentenced on Thursday to five years in prison for kill blackbucks in danger in 1998. Many of Khan's colleagues emphasized that the successful actor had been punished because he was a star. Only a few said that justice had been given.
Subhash Ghai is "extremely surprised": when the friends and colleagues of the 52-year-old actor reacted in shock at the end of the superstar jail in the 1998 poaching case, director Subhash Ghai said it is likely that Khan appealed to a higher court. Ghai, who has worked with Khan in several films, tweeted: "I'm extremely surprised." The director said he had "full confidence in the Indian judiciary that had many other doors" for a "call to final justice."
Ghai tried to emphasize that Khan was a "nice" man. He was "more beloved … for his human reasons too," Ghai tweeted.
I am extremely shocked to hear that @BeingSalmanKhan was convicted by a sitting tribunal, but also has full confidence in the Indian judiciary that it has many other doors to appeal for final justice of any kind. Since He is the person most loved by the people of the industry N for their human reasons too.
– Subhash Ghai (@ SubhashGhai1) April 5, 2018
A diehard fan said & # 39; I'm asleep & # 39 ;: Friends started tweeting and the fans started to gather outside the house of Khan in Galaxy Apartment, Bandra, shortly after the verdict was announced. A police van had been parked outside his house since morning. " I do not know how to react, I'm asleep I hope he stays strong, his fans will always love him," said a young devotee outside the actor's house.
Khan was taken to the Central Jail in Jodhpur after he was convicted in the 1998 case for firing two Blackbucks in Rajasthan.
Himani Shivpuri said that Salman was a 'good guy' & # 39; but the law has the right to judge & # 39 ;: The actor Himani Shivpuri, who played Khan's aunt in Hum Sath Sath Hain, during the filming of the film the murder of Blackbucks instead, said that Khan was a "nice person" who was "close and dear" to her. However, the verdict of the judiciary had to be respected, he said, adding that blackbuck was an endangered species, sacred to the Bishnoi tribe. "… I feel that if you are killing or shooting an innocent animal (and) it is illegal, then the law has every right to make a judgment, it saddens me that Salman is a good individual, but if you are a good individual you commit a error, I should be able to bear the consequences, "Shivpuri told PTI.
Alok Nath said we have to respect the trial of the court & # 39 ;: The actor Alok Nath, the father on screen of Khan in the 1999 film Hum Sath Sath Hain, was more cautious in your reaction "It is the judgment of the honorable court, so we must take it and respect it since they have studied the case for 20 years," he said.
Arjun Rampal said the verdict was "too harsh": The actor Arjun Rampal tweeted to say that the decision seemed a little "too harsh". "The law is still running, I can not argue with that, but at this point in time I feel helpless and my heart is with @BeingSalmanKhan and his family, Reason, because the last thing @BeingSalmanKhan is, is a criminal. that this is too hard, I hope he receives the relief he deserves, "said the actor.
The law follows its course. I can not discuss it. But at this point in time I feel helpless and my heart goes to @BeingSalmanKhan and his family. Reason, because the latest @BeingSalmanKhan is, is a criminal. I feel that this is too hard. I hope he receives the relief he deserves.
– arjun rampal (@rampalarjun) April 5, 2018
Anil Sharma said the verdict & # 39; very disturbing & # 39 ;: Filmmaker Anil Sharma, who directed Khan in Veer, said that I hoped that the actor would soon be released on bail. "It is very disturbing, Salman is my colleague, we have worked together, and when something like that happens with his colleague, he will surely feel sad, we hoped that we would not be sentenced, but now we hope he will be released soon." He told PTI.
Dalip Tahil asked why the other co-defendants were not convicted: Actor Dalip Tahil expressed concern that only Khan was convicted while the others were acquitted. "I'm still trying to understand the decision, you're aiming … where's the justice in this? You've completely absolved the rest of the people, if they were there … they were also part of the crime," Tahil told a television channel.
Commenting on the Blackbuck poaching verdict, Samir Soni, actor and husband of actress Neelam, who was acquitted in the case, told news agencies: "We are happy for us, but we are disappointed by Salman Khan. " Soni said that "justice has not been properly imparted in this case." He added that he was "feeling bad" for Salman Khan.
– ANI (@ANI) April 6, 2018
Commenting on the Salman Khan Blackbuck poaching case, Rajya parliamentarian Sabha Jaya Bachchan said she felt bad about the outcome of the case and that the actor "should receive relief." Bachchan added, "He has done a lot of humanitarian work."
Salman is a "habitual criminal": Chief Judge Dev Kumar Khatri, in pronouncing the guilty verdict in the case of killing the protected antelopes, qualified Salman as "habitual delinquent" according to the laws of protection of the country's fauna.
A timeline of the Salman Khan Blackbuck poaching case of 1998:
April 5, 2018: Salman Khan convicted. He gets 5 years imprisonment
November 11, 2016: Salman Khan received a notification from the Supreme Court on an appeal from the government of Rajasthan challenging his acquittal in the case of Blackbuck poaching. The higher court agrees to accelerate the declaration.
July 25, 2016: The High Court of Rajasthan acquitted Salman Khan of all charges in the case of blackbuck poaching. The Supreme Court said there was no evidence to prove that the animals found were killed by the actor's authorized weapon.
August 31, 2006: The Rajasthan court suspended the sentence and ordered the actor not to leave the country without formal permission.
April 10, 2006: Salman Khan convicted in the case of blackbuck hunting. He was slapped and sentenced to five years in prison. He spent a week in jail in Jodhpur before he was granted bail.
October 2, 1998: A complaint was filed against the five actors Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Tabu and Neelam for allegedly killing two Blackbucks while they were filming for the film Hum Sath Sath Hain in Jodhpur of Rajasthan.