A shocking revelation has come from the Salman Khan death threat case.
According to information obtained by Times Network, suspect gangster Lawrence Bishnoi had dispatched a sharpshooter outside the home to assassinate the megastar.
The shooter was armed with a small-bore weapon concealed in a modified hockey casing. As per the report, the sharpshooter was about to strike but gave up his plan when he spotted a police vehicle outside the actor's house.
As per the report, the perpetrators allegedly studied Salman Khan's routine and discovered that the actor did not accompany security guards on his morning cycling trip.
It was recently announced that scriptwriter Salim Khan found an anonymous chit near the Bandra Bandstand promenade in Mumbai on Sunday, June 5th, while taking a break from his morning walk.
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The chit contained death threats for both Salman Khan and his father Salim, with the words "Moose wala jaisa kar dunga (I'll give you a fate like that of Moose Wala)," among other dire threats. Thus, referring to Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala's recent brutal shooting in Punjab.
The threat letter to Bollywood star Salman Khan, according to Mumbai Police, was a publicity stunt by Lawrence Bishnoi's gang. The threat was issued at the request of Vikram Barad, a Bishnoi associate currently based in Canada.
Currently, Mumbai Police have caught hold of the person who delivered the threat letter to Salim Khan. He has been identified as Siddhesh Hiraman Kamble alias Mahakal, who is also a member of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang. Gangstar Lawrence Bishnoi, the main suspect in the murder of Sidhu Moose Wala is behind bars.