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By Ritika Nath . 11th June 2018 09:00pm

After getting acquitted from the Rajasthan Blackbuck case, Saif Ali Khan has once again landed in trouble for wild boar hunting. This time it is the Bulgarian government that has summoned the Chef actor. The Interpol has been directed to get the actor’s statement by reaching out to its nodal office in India, which is in Bandra. [caption id="attachment_39029" align="alignnone" width="600"]saif ali khan Source[/caption] According to reports, Saif is a witness of wild boar hunting in Bulgaria. His agent had illegally organised the hunt without any permission or license. According to the Bulgarian law, a foreigner needs to have a hunting license from his own country or pass a test in Bulgaria to go for hunting. But in India, we have Wildlife Protection Act which bans hunting animals. So it is not possible for an Indian to get a hunting license. A source told The Indian Express that the actor was a witness in a hunting case probed by the Bulgarian police. After the communication from Interpol was receives, the crime branch, Bandra unit, was asked to record the actor’s statement. A team of Mumbai Crime Branch detectives from the unit visited the actor’s suburban residence and recorded the statement.

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.
According to a senior official, a notice has been forwarded to Saif, but his statement has not been recorded yet. In April, Saif was filed for hunting a blackbuck with Salman Khan and other Hum Saath Saath Hain co-actors. The high-profile case accused Salman as the main accused while Saif was not charged. This is the second case of celebrities hunting wild animals, in India as well as abroad. Do you think it is fair to kill wild animals for fun? Share your opinion with us. Keep reading on Gabruu.com