Salman Khan Meets Mumbai Police Commissioner After Receiving Threat Letter

Aamir Wadwan

Mumbai, 22nd July 2022: It has come to light that actor Salman Khan met the Commissioner of Police some time ago. Salman Khan met Police Commissioner Vivek Phansalkar for the first time since he took charge.

Last month, Bollywood actor Salman Khan received a threatening letter. It was reported a few days ago that Vikram Barar, the accomplice of Lawrence Bishnoi, the accused in singer in Sidhu Moosewala’s murder case, had delivered a threatening letter to Salman Khan’s father Salim Khan.

So due to security reasons, Salman Khan met Police Commissioner Vivek Phansalkar. This time he also mentioned the threatening letter and has applied to the police to get a gun license. He has sought permission to carry a gun for safety. There was a discussion between the two for about 15 minutes.

Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan received a threatening letter on Sunday (June 5). He was threatened that ‘Salman will be done like Moosewala’. Salman’s security was increased as soon as the Maharashtra government’s home department got the information about this threat.

The police were investigating the place where the threatening letter was received. Salman himself was seen coming out of the house and cooperating with the crime branch team. A threatening letter was found by one of Salim Khan’s security personnel. The letter was found on a bench where Salim Khan rested every day after going for a walk. In this letter, both Salman and Salim Khan have been given serious threats. The letter contained words like “Moosewala Jaisa Kar Dunga.”