His co-stars Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre and Tabu were acquitted of all charges and left soon after the judge delivered the verdict.
Salman Khan was convicted in most controversial 20 years old case; blackbuck killing by Jodhpur Session Court's Judge Dev Kumar Khatri and was sentenced to 5 years of imprisonment.
Shortly after the sentence was pronounced on Thursday, Salman was taken to Jodhpur Central Jail. But less than three years and he would have been entitled to bail from the same court, a privilege that was not accorded to RJD leader Lalu Prasad Yadav in the fodder cases.
The third case is pertaining to the use of illegal arms for poaching.
The DIG said the actor has also not asked for anything yet, Times Nowreported. While sentencing Salman, the court also noted that incidents of hunting of wild animals have been on the rise.
The court of chief judicial magistrate (Jaipur rural) had sentenced Salman Khan to five years imprisonment in connection with almost 20-year-old blackbuck poaching case on Monday. Salman Khan has also been accused of killing two chinkaras and a blackbuck in September 1998. However, the court has released, other than Salman Khan, everyone else from the case.
Meanwhile, the Bollywood star's sisters, Alvira and Arpita, met him in the jail.
Singh said that the actor had a blood pressure issue when he came inside the jail and the doctor of the prison dispensary checked him.
The superstar was given sprouts and milk for breakfast, and Hindi newspapers (on his request) on Friday, said Deputy Inspector General (jails) Vikram Singh.
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Joshi ordered that the entire file relating to the case be placed before him and adjourned the hearing till tomorrow (Saturday). Simi Garewal, on the other hand, believes that it was not Salman who killed the two blackbucks on that fateful night.