Salman Khan and family’s security tightened by Mumbai Police after they receive ‘dying threats’ | People News


Mumbai: A day after Bollywood megastar Salman Khan and his father, author Salim Khan acquired dying threats, a Mumbai Police group landed at their Bandra west residence to hold out investigations and elevated security there, on Monday.

Led by Joint Commissioner of Police Vishwas Nangre-Patil and different officers, the group queried the Khan household on a letter acquired close to their flat in Galaxy Apartments on Sunday, threatening to do a ‘Moosewala’ with the celeb father-son duo.

“I’ll remark solely after getting all of the preliminary info within the case,” mentioned Nangre-Patil, at the same time as further security personnel have been deployed on the Khans’ residence.

Taking critical cognizance, the Bandra Police have lodged an FIR in opposition to unknown individuals for issuing the dying threats and launched their probe even because the Mumbai Police Crime Branch additionally began its personal investigations.

Police mentioned that Salim Khan, 87, was handed over the unsigned, hand-written menace letter on Sunday morning round 7.30 a.m by an unknown individual on a bench the place he usually rests after jogging on the Bandra Bandstand promenade, and it was addressed to him and his son Salman.

The letter is signed off with some initials which the police are probing and additionally trying to unravel if they are linked to any previous incidents focusing on Salman Khan.

The police are additionally scouring CCTV footage of the world for clues and questioning locals for additional leads on the menace letter.




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