- Salman Khan and Salim Khan have received a threatening letter.
- After which their security has been increased.
- In this case, Salman Khan was also questioned by the police.
Salman Khan: Mumbai Police on Thursday said that the threat letter to Bollywood star Salman Khan was a publicity stunt by Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang. The threat was given at the behest of Bishnoi’s aide Vikram Brar, who is currently in Canada. According to the police, three people had come to Mumbai to deliver threatening letters. They had met Saurabh Mahakal, who was questioned by the Mumbai Crime Branch for six hours today.
The police have also identified the person who gave the threat letter.
During interrogation it has also been revealed that Vikram Brar is behind the threatening letter to Salman Khan. Brar hails from Hanumangarh in Rajasthan. He has more than two dozen cases against him. On June 5, a letter purportedly addressed to actor Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan with the message “Tumhara moose wala kar denge” was found at Bandra Bandstand resort in Mumbai.
The letter was seen by Salim Khan’s guards where experienced scriptwriters usually sit after their morning walk.