Maharashtra Home Dept’s Claim: Lawrence Bishnoi Sent A Letter To Salman Khan For To Extort Money

Reportedly, 10 days back, renowned actor Salman Khan’s father Salim Khan found a threat letter during the morning walk on June 5. As per the info, the letter reads, “Will end you up like Moose Wala” (In Hindi: Tumhara Moose Wala Kar Denge). As per the media reports, the Maharashtra Home department has claimed that gangster Lawrence Bishnoi has sent a threat letter to Salman Khan. 

As Tweeted by news agency ANI:

“Salman Khan threat letter case & Bishnoi gang | Santosh Jadhav has been nabbed, others too have been caught. Not many links can be found with the letter recovered in Salman Khan matter. But Police is investigating the matter: Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil.”

Adding another Tweet in the series, ANI added:

“When Moose Wala was murdered, Bishnoi gang tried to take advantage of it to create a reputation for themselves. Some people arrested but all facts haven’t come to the fore. Police is investigating the matter, it’ll take a few more days & then there will be clarity: Maharashtra HM”.

In another tweet on the same matter, ANI quoted, “Salman Khan threat letter case | As per info from Maharashtra Home Dept, the reason for the Bishnoi gang to threaten actor Salman Khan & his father Salim Khan was to create an atmosphere to show their power. The gang was preparing to extort money from big businessmen & actors.”

As claimed by the Mumbai police last Thursday, three members of the Bishnoi gang delivered a letter threatening Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan, as a part of gangster Vikram Brar’s plan to extort money.

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