Didn’t send threat note to Salman Khan, gangster Lawrence Bishnoi tells Delhi Police

Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi. File Photo

Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi. File Photo

New Delhi : Lawrence Bishnoi, the imprisoned hoodlum blamed for killing vocalist Sidhu Moose Wala, on Tuesday told a Delhi Police group that he or his partners didn’t play a part in the letter that undermined Bollywood hotshot Salman Khan and his dad Salim Khan, individuals mindful of the matter said.

The note, found on Monday on a seat in Mumbai’s Bandstand Promenade where Salman Khan ordinarily sits after his morning walk, said: “Moosewala jaisa kar doonga (You will face a similar outcome as Moosewala).”

The note was viewed as a kind of perspective to Punjab vocalist lawmaker Sidhu Moosewala who was shot dead in Punjab’s Mansa locale on May 29. Lawrence Bishnoi’s Canada-based partner, Goldy Brar, asserted liability regarding the homicide.

The two initials on the danger letter to Salman Khan, LB and GB, were thought to allude to Bishnoi and Canada-based partner Goldy Brar.

Bishnoi, notwithstanding, told the Delhi Police exceptional cell group that it wasn’t his posse and underlined that he had been in police care since May 31 when a city police group tied down court requests to remove him from Tihar prison to address him in Sidhu Moose Wala’s homicide.

Bishnoi added that a portion of his previous partners, who are presently working with Mumbai-based hoodlums, might be involved to get back at him since they realize that he was in police guardianship.

A senior cop said the Bishnoi connect to the danger to Salman Khan seemed a piece unrealistic to them as the criminal was in their guardianship however they needed to preclude it to the degree conceivable.

“Likewise, there is no data of a conflict of interests between the Bollywood entertainer and Canada-based Brar,” the official said, asking not to be named.

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Lawrence Bishnoi arranged an assault on Salman Khan in 2018 yet a Rajasthan hoodlum doled out the undertaking, Sampat Nehra, was captured before he got to take his action.

The official recognized that Bishnoi’s cross examination hadn’t prompted a forward leap for the situation. “Our cross examination is on and we desire to get some more substantial data in this danger letter case,” he said, not certain assuming that they will get any additional data from the hoodlum.

The Mumbai Police has previously expanded security for the Khan family considering the dangers.

“A body of evidence against obscure people has proactively been held up at the Bandra police headquarters, after Salman’s safety crew had found the letter on a seat. We have additionally questioned Khan’s family about the danger letter. The wrongdoing part of Mumbai Police has previously begun the examinations in this association,” a Mumbai Police official said.

The official said Mumbai Police may likewise send a group to Delhi to barbecue Bishnoi for this situation.

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