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Mumbai Police arrived to Salman Khan’s home after a threat letter was addressed to him & Salim Khan

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has been making headlines since the sad demise of Punjabi rapper and singer Sidhu Moosewala. On Sunday, June 5, Mumbai Police arrived at Bollywood actor Salman Khan’s home after a death threat letter was addressed to him and his father, Salim Khan.

His security, on the other hand, has not been ramped up yet. The DCP of the protection and security section verified to India Today that his security measures remain the same as previously.

At Mumbai’s Bandra Bandstand promenade, Salim Khan’s guards discovered an unsigned note with the message “tumhara Moose Wala kar denge (you will end up like Moose Wala)” scribbled on it. Salman Khan and his father, Salim Khan, were the recipients of the letter.

An FIR has been filed by the police. Salim Khan, according to the police, went for a walk on the promenade at 7:40 a.m. and sat on the bench where he always sits. It was there when the letter was discovered.

“Salim Khan informed the police through his security guard. His statement has been recorded and an offence registered under the Indian Penal Code for ‘criminal intimidation,” they said.

The letter, which was handed over to the police read, “Salim Khan Salman Khan bahot jald tumahra Moosewala hoga k.G.B.L.B”.

In a Facebook post, a Canadian criminal named Goldy Brar claimed responsibility for the Punjabi singer’s murder.

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