Salman Khan met the Mumbai Police Commissioner on Friday and submitted an application seeking weapon licence for personal protection.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan has submitted an application to Mumbai Police seeking a weapon licence for personal protection, as per sources. This comes after a threat letter addressed to Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan was found at Mumbai’s Bandra Bandstand promenade last month.
Salman Khan met Mumbai Police Commissioner Vivek Phansalkar on Friday, July 22, over the threat letter addressed to him and his father. The Bollywood actor submitted an application seeking a weapon licence, sources said.
The actor had received the threat letter last month. An unsigned letter with the message “tumhara Moose Wala kar denge (you will end up like Moose Wala)", allegedly addressed to actor Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan, was found at Mumbai’s Bandra Bandstand promenade on June 5.
The Mumbai Police probing the matter had said the threat letter was a publicity stunt by Lawrence Bishnoi's gang. The threat was given at the behest of Vikram Barad, an associate of Bishnoi, who is currently based in Canada, as per officials.