Bollywood’s Sultan Salman Khan and his father writer Saleem Khan have received threatening letters.
Bandra police on Sunday registered a case against unidentified persons after receiving an unidentified letter full of serious threats near Bandra Band Stand in Mumbai.
The letter was found by Saleem Khan’s security personnel on a bench, police said.
A police officer said, “Saleem Khan goes for a walk with his security personnel following the morning routine. There is a place where they usually take a break. On the bench, they found a slip that had been allegedly left for them. “
According to police, the slip received by Saleem Khan’s security staff contained serious threats to both Salman and Saleem Khan.
The slip read I’ll do as I did with Moose Wala did.”
Bandra police were informed about the slip and a case was registered.
Police are examining CCTV footage in the Band Stand area and questioning locals to find out who left the chit.
It may be recalled that Punjabi singer Shubhdeep Singh Sadhu, popularly known as Sadhu Musa Wala, was shot dead by unknown persons on May 29.
The attack came a day after the 28-year-old singer’s security was cut by the state government.
On the other hand, the security of Salman Khan and his house has been increased.
After the murder of Sadhu Musa Wala, Salman Khan is also feared to be killed by gangster Lawrence Bishnoi.
Speaking to Indian media, a Mumbai Police spokesperson said that security has been beefed up at and around Salman Khan’s house, ensuring that there is no suspicious activity outside Salman Khan’s house. ۔
Lawrence Bishnoi, the ringleader of the gang that assassinated Punjabi singer Sadhu Musa Wala in 2018, had threatened to kill Salman Khan but Salman Khan had escaped the plot.