Amid death threats, Salman Khan imports most expensive SUV with bulletproof glass

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due to constant death threats Salman Khan Bought a new bulletproof vehicle. While the Mumbai Police is probing the threat e-mail case received by the Bollywood actor, Salman has recently bought a new bulletproof Nissan Patrol SUV and has been seen traveling in it. For the unaware, the Tiger actor recently received a fresh death threat in an e-mail, following which the Mumbai Police registered a case and launched an investigation. Along with this, he has also increased the security of the superstar.

After this, Salman included the Nissan Patrol SUV in his fleet. As of now the said vehicle has not even been launched in the Indian market but the actor imported the most popular and expensive cars in the South Asian market keeping in mind his safety.

Salman Khan threatened to kill

On 18 March, the Bandra police registered an FIR (First Information Report) against three persons – gangsters Bishnoi, Brar and one Rohit – for allegedly sending a threatening email to Khan’s office. The FIR was registered on the basis of a police complaint lodged by one Prashant Gunjalkar, who according to the police frequents the popular filmstar’s Bandra residence and runs an artist management company.

Quoting the FIR, the official said that when Gunjalkar was present in Khan’s office on Saturday afternoon, he noticed that an email had come from the ID “Rohit Garg”. The e-mail states that Khan must have seen the recent interview given by Bishnoi to a news channel, and if not, he should watch it. Addressing Gunjalkar, it said that if Khan wanted to close the case, he should have a face-to-face talk with Goldie Bhai, “there is still time but next time, Jhatka dekhne ko milega” (next time he will get a Jhatka). Will take). The FIR was registered under sections 120-B (punishment for criminal conspiracy), 506-II (punishment for criminal intimidation) and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code.

According to the official, two Assistant Police Inspector (API) rank officers and eight to ten constables are part of Salman Khan’s round-the-clock security cordon. Also, fans will not be allowed to gather outside the 57-year-old actor’s residence-cum-office at Galaxy Apartments in suburban Bandra.

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