Salman Khan threat letter update: Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi denies his involvement in the case

Salman Khan threat letter update: Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi denies his involvement in the case

Salman Khan Threat letter: Jailed gangster Lawrence Bishnoi was being questioned by the police over a threat letter received recently to Bollywood megastar Salman Khan and his father, writer Salim Khan. He has now denied his involvement in it. According to special cell sources, Lawrence was questioned about the letter found outside the actor’s house on Sunday. In his reply, the gangster said that he did not know who had threatened and that he had no hand in it. Not only this but he even said that he has already given a statement about what he did to the actor earlier and this time he has not sent threats. Meanwhile, before taking off for Hyderabad, Salman Khan recorded a statement with the Mumbai Police about the incident.

Bishnoi was questioned by the Special Cell as he had vowed to kill Salman Khan for his alleged involvement in the infamous blackbuck poaching case a few years back. Mumbai Police said 87-year-old Salim Khan was handed over an unsigned threat letter handwritten by an unidentified person at around 7.30 am on Sunday on a bench where he usually rests after jogging on the Bandra Bandstand promenade, and addressed it to it was done. To him and his son Salman.

What did Lawrence Bishnoi say in his statement?

Bishnoi has denied any involvement in the said death threats. The threat letter referred to LB and GB which meant Lawrence Bishnoi and Goldie Brar. Talking about this, Lawrence said that Goldie has no enmity with Salman. According to Delhi Police, it may be that someone has done mischief in his name or it may be the work of some other gang.

Where did you get the threat letter?

According to Mumbai Police sources, in front of Salman Khan’s house in Bandra, on the road where Salim Khan visits daily, there is a stone-like spot where several strugglers of the film line write letters to Salim Khan to get a chance, Salim every day. Khan himself reads these letters. But on Sunday he received a threatening letter. He found a hand-written threatening letter by an unidentified person on Sunday morning at around 7.30 am on a bench where he usually rests after jogging on the Bandra Bandstand promenade, and it was addressed to him and his son Salman .

Salman Khan recorded his statement:

According to Mumbai Police sources, Salman Khan’s statement has been recorded before leaving for Hyderabad. In this statement Salman Khan was asked if he had any threatening calls, messages, arguments or disputes with anyone in the recent past, to which the actor replied in the negative and said that he has not had any dispute with anyone in the recent past. Is. He has not received any threatening calls or messages.

Investigation underway:

The Maharashtra Home Ministry has beefed up the security of actor Salman Khan following a threatening letter. After the murder of Punjabi singer-politician Sidhu Moose Wala, Salman’s threat letter case is being seriously investigated. The police is also scanning the CCTV footage of the area for clues and is questioning the local people for further action on the threat letter.

-Inputs from Rajesh and Abhay Parashar