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Revealed! How Lawrence Bishnoi Placed Sharp Shooter To Kill Salman Khan

Reports claims of sharp shooter being deployed behind Salman Khan by gangster Lawrence Bishnoi.

Bollywood actor Salman Khan has been in the news ever since the actor received the death threat letter, after which the security has been beefed up for the actor by the Mumbai police. While now according to the recent reports details have now emerged of links with three members of a gang operated by Lawrence Bishnoi confirming his hand behind the threat letter controversy.

Goldy Brar Was Behind The Threat Letter

The details have emerged after the Mumbai police interrogated one of the members of Lawrence’s group named Saurav Mahakal, who revealed that 3 men were sent by Goldy Brar for delivering the threat letter, police said, “Jailed gangster Lawrence Bishnoi had issued the letter to Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan. Three people from his gang had come from Jalore, Rajasthan, to Mumbai to drop the letter and had met accused Saurabh Mahakal,”.

Lawrence Bishnoi Placed Sharpshooter Behind Salman Khan

According to the reports, it has emerged that a sharpshooter was placed near the actor’s house. The sharpshooter was sent by the gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, the report further said. The man was carrying a small-bore weapon in a modified hockey stick, according to the report. The sharpshooter was about the strike when he spotted a police vehicle outside the actor’s house and abandoned the plan, the report said.

According to the reports, the Bollywood actor also revealed knowing the gangster Lawrence Bishnoi. As the actor has earlier received a death threat in 2018 during the trial of his blackbuck case. Apparently, the gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, who earlier took the responsibility for carrying out Sidhu Moose Wala murder, has now flat denied having any relation with the death threat letters sent to the Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali superstar and his father.

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