The threat letter written to Salman Khan was found by Mumbai Police, and it was reportedly sent by an Indian medical student studying in the UK.
Salman Khan received a few death threats following the murder of Sidhu Moose Wala. According to earlier reports, gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, who is accused of killing Punjabi Singer, wrote the letters to the singer. Salman Khan’s team member got murder threats via email a few days ago, which prompted Mumbai Police to step up security outside the star’s home.
Gangsters Lawrence Bishnoi, Goldie Brar, and Rohit Garg were previously arrested by Mumbai Police for allegedly sending threatening emails to the actor’s workplace. In the most recent update, Mumbai Police have located the email that was allegedly sent from the UK by a medical student.
The medical student from Haryana who is enrolled in school in the UK has received a lookout circular (LOC) from Mumbai Police, according to the most recent news reports. According to reports, the student sent the letter on mobster Goldy Brar’s behalf to the actor’s acquaintances. The suspect, a third-year medical student, probably sent the email on March 18 while out with pals for fun.
Reports say, “For now, we can only confirm that we have identified him. We don’t know if he is associated with the gangster [Goldy Brar] or not. This has to be verified once we get him back to India. But prima facie, it appears that he does not have any criminal records in India.”
The mail read, “Goldy bhai (Goldy Brar) ko BAAT krni hai tere boss Salman se. Interview (of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi) dekh hi liya hoga usne shayad. nhi dekha ho toh bol diyo dekh lega. Matter close krna hai to BAAT krva dio, face to face krna ho vo bta dio. Abi time rehte inform krdiya hai agli baar jhatka hi dekhne ko milega.”