Salman threat case: A close aide of actor Lawrence Bishnoi has threatened to kill him
New Delhi: The person who made death threats to Bollywood actor Salman Khan and his father, film writer Salim Khan, has been identified as Vikram Prar, a close aide of Lawrence Bishnoi, police sources said on Thursday. Pror, who is currently on the ship, is said to be facing two dozen criminal cases against him in several states.
“Prar lives in Hanumangarh, Rajasthan, but he is currently living abroad. He is a well-known gangster from Rajasthan. He had a good relationship with Anmol, the brother of gangster Anandpal who was killed in the encounter,” police sources said. Said.
Mumbai police also suspected the involvement of the Bishnoi gang, and as a precaution, have beefed up security at Cannes’ home in the Galaxy apartment in Bandra West since last Sunday. Joint Commissioner of Police Vishwas Nangre-Patil also met Home Minister Dilip Walls-Patil and gave an explanation. Mumbai police suspected that the attackers may have secretly conducted a search of the Khans’ local nomads and their places of residence.
Bishnoi had earlier vowed to kill actor Salman Khan in the 1998 blacklist case in Rajasthan.
At around 7.30am, 87-year-old Salim Khan jogged through the Bandra Bandstand promenade and handed over a handwritten threatening letter, not signed by an unidentified person on the bench where he usually rests. On Sunday. This was reported to him and his son Salman, and when something went wrong, they immediately alerted their security to report the matter to the police.
Aware of this, the Bandra police registered an FIR against the unidentified persons who made death threats and started an investigation. The Mumbai Police Crime Branch has also launched its own investigation. The threatening letter ended with a couple of initials, including ‘LP’, which police suspect was ‘Lawrence Bishnoi’.