Salman Khan Receives Arms License Amid Death Threats From Lawrence Bishnoi’s Gang

Recently, Salman khan and his father, Salim Khan, came under death threats. Salman had filed a police complaint and demanded security around them, their house and their workplace. He also consulted police specialists and requested help guarding himself and his family. The police had also registered statements as a part of their investigation into the matter. As per the latest update, the Bollywood celebrity has been issued an arms license for self-guard.

Salman gets a death threat from gangster Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang, following whom he meets Mumbai police chief Vivek Phansalkar over the danger note to him and his father. There had been news that Salman has boosted to an armoured and bulletproof Land Cruiser since the threats. 

Notably, Salman and his father, Salim Khan, received death intimidation on 5 June, a few days after Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala was gunshot dead in Punjab’s Mansa district on 29 May. Salim Khan’s safeness team discovered the letter outside their Mumbai home near the Bandra Bandstand path, where Salim Khan goes for his morning jog. 

Sidhu Moose Wala was shot dead by unknown assailants in Jawaharke village of Punjab’s Mansa district on 29 May. The happening took place a day after his security was withdrawn by the Punjab Police, among 424 others. The letter the actor received in Hindi said that Salim Khan and his son Salman khan would soon meet the same destiny as slain singer Siddhu Moosewala, said the police sources on condition of anonymity. 

According to Maharashtra Home Department, the Bishnoi gang threatened actor Salman Khan and his father, Salim Khan, to construct an atmosphere to show their strength. 

This is not the first time Salman gets intimidation. In 2018 when the trial of the blackbuck poaching case was underway, Bishnoi owned allegedly threatened the actor because, in his community, blackbucks are viewed as religious.