Salman Khan threat letter: Mumbai police probes Siddhesh Kamble held in Sidhu Moosewala murder case | People News

Salman Khan threat letter: Mumbai police probes Siddhesh Kamble held in Sidhu Moosewala murder case | People News


Mumbai: A Mumbai crime department crew, conducting a probe right into a letter threatening actor Salman Khan and his father, reached neighbouring Pune metropolis on Thursday and began interrogating Siddhesh Hiraman Kamble alias Mahakal, who was arrested in the case of the murder of the favored singer and Congress chief Sidhu Moosewala, an official mentioned.

The police can even query Kamble about who saved the threatening letter on a bench in the Bandra space of Mumbai on Sunday, he mentioned. Kamble, who was arrested by the Pune rural police on Wednesday, is a part of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang, the Maharashtra police earlier mentioned.

On Thursday morning, a crew led by Mumbai’s Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Sangramsingh Nishandar reached the Pune crime department workplace and began interrogating Kamble, the official mentioned.

The police are investigating whether or not the letter threatening author Salim Khan and his actor son Salman Khan was saved on a bench in Mumbai by members of the Bishnoi gang.

On Sunday, Salman Khan’s father and famous screenplay author Salim Khan was sitting on a bench on the Bandra Bandstand after a morning stroll when an unidentified man saved there a letter which talked about a threat to kill him and his actor-son.

Later, with the assistance of his safety personnel, Salim Khan contacted the police and an FIR was registered beneath part 506-II (felony intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code on the Bandra police station.

The police subsequently recorded the statements of Salim Khan and Salman Khan. The police had arrested Kamble in reference to the killing of singer Moosewala in Punjab final month whereas one other suspect and his shut affiliate Santosh Jadhav, additionally from Pune in Maharashtra, has been recognized as a shooter in the crime, officers mentioned on Wednesday.

Kamble, towards whom the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) had been invoked, was wished by the Pune (rural) police for allegedly sheltering Jadhav, towards whom a murder case was registered at Manchar police station in Pune in 2021.


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