He will have to appear for the hearing as well as can not leave india unless he seeks permission from then court. He will not be allowed to leave the country without approval of the court in future.
Soli Sorabjee, a legal expert, said it was normal for bail to be granted in such a case, and didn't see Khan getting any special treatment from the court. They were in the jeep that Salman Khan was believed to be driving during the hunt in 1998.
Joshi had reserved his judgement on Salman's plea on Friday, asking for additional documents.
Dressed in black tee, denim, dark shades and a cap, the superstar left the premises of the Jodhpur Central Jail in a auto with almost 13 bodyguards.
The entire issue had boiled down to a fight between the prosecution and the celebrity status of the Bollywod actor, where despite the best efforts of Judge Ravinder Kumar Joshi, who has been hearing the bail case, the celebrity seems to have won the day.
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Ever since the actor was sentenced to five years, his friends and colleagues from the industry swarmed at the Galaxy Apartments, Salman's residence in Mumbai to extend their support to his family.
Seven others, including actors Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Tabu and Neelam, were on trial for the alleged poaching; however, Khan was the only person convicted.
The court ruled Khan, 52, killed the two blackbucks, a rare species, in Rajasthan while shooting a film.
The brawny actor, called Prisoner 106 in jail, reportedly skipped his no-frills prison meals but not his workout sessions, with the Times of India newspaper reporting that he spent three hours exercising Friday.
CORRECTION: In a previous version of this story, the date of Salman Khan's sentencing and conviction was incorrect.
According to local reports, in an earlier hearing in the long-running case, the actor had pleaded innocence claiming before the court that the blackbuck died of "natural causes" and that he was being "framed".
A director of one of Khan's upcoming films "Race 3" expressed relief at his release. The actor was convicted in the 1998 Blackbuck poaching case after an eyewitness identified him as the prime accused.