Breakthrough In Salman Khan Firing Case, Audio Of Gangster’s Call To Shooter

An audio file that Mumbai police have retrieved shows a connection between the attackers who fired shots at actor Salman Khan’s home in April and the Lawrence Bishnoi gang. According to sources, the audio file demonstrates that Anmol Bishnoi, Lawrence’s brother, was in regular communication with the gunman.
The Central Investigation Agency used forensic analysis to confirm the legitimacy of this important piece of evidence.

Salman Khan, who was interviewed for the investigation, described how, on April 14, he woke up to the sound of gunshots. At first, he thought they were a nightmare, but then he realized there was a bullet stuck in his balcony.

Under the direction of a senior officer, the Mumbai Police’s crime branch arrived at the scene quickly and opened an investigation.

As they continue to question suspects and witnesses alike, police efforts to piece together the complex plot’s details have gotten more intense. The fact that a Pakistani arms supplier supplied the attackers with powerful weapons like M-16s and AK-47s highlights how dangerous the situation is for the actor.

Police believe the shooting was carried out by the Lawrence Bishnoi gang, who have attempted to kill Salman Khan in the past, based on their current investigation.

Lawrence Bishnoi, his cousin Anmol Bishnoi, who lives in Canada, and their associate Goldie Brar were said to have purchased M-16s, AK-47s, and other high-caliber weapons from a Pakistani arms dealer. According to sources, the idea was to attack the star’s farmhouse or ambush his car.

On April 14, two men riding a bike opened fire outside Salman Khan’s house, leading to the arrest of six men. On April 26, Anuj Thapan and a second man were taken into custody in Punjab; Vicky Gupta and Sagar Pal were arrested in Gujarat. In police custody, Anuj Thapan passed away.


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