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Salman Khan’s security increased after threat letter to him, father Salim  

'Will make you like Moose Wala’, read the letter 

Published: 06th June 2022


Salman Khan’s security was beefed up by the Maharashtra Home Department on Monday, after he and his father screenwriter Salim Khan received a threat letter. 

As per an ANI report the threat letter was sent on Sunday. The Mumbai Police has also lodged a First Information Report (FIR) against an unknown person for sending the letter.

As per a news report, a police officer connected to the case said, "Salim Khan follows a morning routine where he goes for a walk on the promenade accompanied by his security personnel. There's a location where he typically takes a break. A chit had been left behind on a bench.” 

Salim's security staff found the chit and gave it to him. "Moosa Wale jaisa kar dunga (Will make you like Moose Wala)," the chit read as per the report. Police are also checking the CCTV footage in the Bandstand area. Sidhu Moose Wala was shot dead in Punjab last month.

Salman, who had travelled to Abu Dhabi for the IIFA Awards 2022, returned to Mumbai on Sunday. The actor has been busy shooting for his upcoming film Tiger 3 over the last few months.

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