Salman Khan threat letter case: Bollywood actor denies enmity with anyone, refuses receiving threat calls
Mumbai: In a shocking revelation by Times Network, an attempt was made to kill Bollywood superstar Salman Khan. This is one of the goriest details that has come to light even as the probe into the daylight murder of Sidhu Moose Wala is underway.
During the investigation of the Sidhu Moose Wala’s murder case, investigating officials have stumbled upon a bit of information that has remained unknown till date. A sharpshooter almost killed Salman Khan outside his residence but the actor got saved by a whisker.
As per the input available with Times Network, Lawrence Bishnoi, a suspect in the Moose Wala murder case, had sent a sharpshooter with a small-bore weapon hidden in a modified hockey casing to kill Salman Khan. The sharpshooter was reportedly planted out of the actor’s residence who tried to assassinate him but he backed out at the last moment by chance.
The gangster Lawrence Bishnoi and his men conducted a recce of Salman Khan and knew that the actor doesn’t accompany security guards when he goes out cycling in the morning. The assassinators were aware that the actor is most vulnerable at that time and accordingly hatched a plan to eliminate Salman Khan.
However on the D-Day when the sharpshooter was about to execute their plan and Salman Khan was about to leave his residence that morning, an escort of Mumbai Police was at his gate which was engaged with the actor as he had to attend a public function that day.
This unnerved the sharpshooter and his associates and they decided that the time was not prudent to act on what they had planned. They feared being caught by the police personnel and therefore the sharpshooter was directed to back out from the plan.