Cops file complaint for threatening letter to Salman | Bombay News


According to Bandra Police, Salim Khan was taking his daily morning walk on the Bandstand Promenade with his security when he found the letter.

Mumbai A case has been filed against an unknown person for allegedly threatening actor Salman Khan and his producer-screenwriter father Salim Khan on Sunday morning.

According to Bandra Police, Salim Khan was taking his daily morning walk on the Bandstand promenade with his security. At 7:40 a.m., he sat down on a bench for a break as he usually does when his security personnel found a memo with the words: “Moosewala jaisa kar doonga (you will meet the same fate as Moosewala)”. The threat also mentioned Salman Khan’s name.

After receiving the report, Salim Khan approached Bandra Police and registered a case against an unknown person under Section 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code.

Punjabi singer and politician Sidhu Moosewala was shot dead last week in the village of Mansa by suspected members of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang.

Earlier in 2018, Bishnoi threatened Salman Khan when the blackbuck poaching case was in court. The Bishnoi community regards the blackbuck as a sacred animal, and Salman’s involvement in poaching had hurt feelings in the community.

In 2020, a sniper named Rahul with multiple aliases was arrested in Uttarakhand in connection with a murder case. During the investigation, the police discovered that Rahul had traveled to Mumbai to carry out a reconnaissance of the house of Salman Khan, allegedly on the instructions of Lawrence Bishnoi.

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