Saif Ali Khan again receives notice for hunting

Saif Ali Khan again receives notice for hunting

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United Nation’s Police Organisation, Interpol, has reportedly contacted the crime branch of Bandra police station with regards to the wild boar hunting case in Bulgaria. The department has been directed to get Saif Ali Khan’s statement on the matter.As per a report in Times Now, Saif’s agent had organised wild boar hunting for him in Bulgaria without seeking any permission from the government. The country’s laws mandate foreigners to hold a hunting license from their own country or pass a test in Bulgaria to receive one but Saif apparently didn’t have any of them. The actor’s agent has now been booked by the Bulgarian police.
“The actor is a witness in a hunting case probed by the Bulgarian police. After the communication from Interpol was received, the crime branch, Bandra unit, was asked to record the actor’s statement. A team of the Mumbai Crime Branch sleuths from the unit visited the actor’s suburban residence and recorded his statement,” a source informed The Indian Express.
“The agent has been booked for organising a hunt without the requisite permits and licence. Interpol has sought details on the case from the actor,” added the source.
However, if Times of India’s report is to be believed then Saif’s statement hasn’t been recorded yet. “We got some documents from Interpol through the CBI, which is India’s nodal agency for the Interpol. We have forwarded them to the actor. We have not recorded his statement,” a senior official told the daily.
Just a few months ago, Saif was acquitted in the high-profile blackbuck poaching case in Jodhpur, while Salman Khan was charged of poaching under the Wildlife Protection Act, reports DNAINDIA.

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