Bollywood actor Salman Khan got a major relief as he has now been exempted from seeking permission from court every time he travels abroad.
The exemption was provided by Jodhpur session court after an application was moved by Salman.
Reportedly, he was earlier asked to take the court's permission before foreign travels after his conviction in the blackbuck poaching case.
Here are more details.
Salman was seeking a permanent exemption and hence, moved an application in the sessions court which was granted.
"We had moved an application seeking a permanent exemption for Khan from taking permission of the court every time he has to travel abroad. The court allowed the application," Salman's counsel Hastimal Saraswat was quoted as saying.
Although Salman is free to travel abroad without taking permission, the court has passed another order in this regard.
Reportedly, the 'Dabangg' actor will have to provide the court with all the details of his journey.
"He will have to keep the court informed of any such plans before leaving the country like the dates, the location and the stay," Saraswat added.
Notably, Salman Khan was convicted in two-decade-old blackbuck poaching case by a Jodhpur court and was sentenced to five years of jail imprisonment.
However, he was granted bail after spending three days in jail.
But his passport was seized for a while. His movie 'Race 3' was affected and as a result shooting location was shifted from South Africa to Kashmir.
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