Salman Khan was granted Y+ security last year after his father discovered a death threat letter during his morning walk. The letter mentioned a Canadian gangster named Goldy Brar wanting to speak to the superstar, with Lawrence Bishnoi believed to be behind the threats. Amidst these incidents, two men have been arrested for attempting to break into Salman’s farmhouse. Here are all the details:
According to reports, the incident occurred on January 4 when two men attempted to enter Salman Khan’s farmhouse in Panvel. They climbed a tree near the boundary fence but were caught by security. The trespassers initially claimed to be fans who wanted to see the superstar. However, a twist in the tale emerged as both men provided fake names and Aadhar cards. They were later identified as Ajesh Kumar Omprakash Gill and Gurusevak Singh Tejsing. Both individuals are currently in police custody.
Inspector Anil Patil of Panvel Rural Police Station confirmed that a case has been registered against the two individuals for attempting to trespass into Salman Khan’s Arpita Farm House in Waze, New Panvel. Further investigation is underway. Interestingly, these two men are from different cities and allegedly traveled to Mumbai specifically to see film stars.
In March 2023, Lawrence Bishnoi, from Tihar Jail, openly threatened Salman Khan in an interview, stating that his life goal was to kill the superstar. The Mumbai Police had booked Goldy Brar, Lawrence Bishnoi, and Rohit Garg for allegedly sending death threats to Salman Khan via mail. A case was registered under sections 506(2), 120(b), and 34 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at the Bandra Police Station.
Following the threats, security was increased around Salman Khan’s residence in Galaxy apartment, and he was advised to maintain a low profile for a while. This occurred just a month before the release of his film “Kisi ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan” and he was supposed to extensively promote his Eid release across the nation.
Prior to these incidents, Salman’s father, Salim Khan, received a chit during his morning walk. The chit contained a warning stating, “Moosa Wale jaisa kar dunga” (Will make you like Moose Wala).