Man arrested for planning attack on Salman Khan

Published: June 13, 2018
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For some reason or the other, Bollywood actor Salman Khan always managed to find himself amidst controversy. From the hit-and-run case to the black buck poaching hearing, the Dabangg actor has had his fair share of involvement with security officials.

The Special Task Force (STF) of Haryana police was recently alerted that the actor’s life was in danger. Mumbai police then amped up security for Salman. According to Times of India, Rajasthan’s deadly gangster Lawrence Bishnoi is to be blamed for posing risk to the superstar’s life.

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Lawrence allegedly has an involvement in the black buck poaching case as revealed by Sampat Nehra – a sharp shooter. Sampat confessed that he had been tracking Salman’s movements and was planning to attack Salman since a few months. The shooter was arrested earlier today when he admitted to scheming the attack.

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While Sampat is now behind bars, his accomplices are still at large and might reach Mumbai soon to shoot Salman. In order to avoid a risk to the actor’s life, police officials have beefed up security for the Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor. Salman now has armed policemen around his house and sets along with personal bodyguards.

The 52-year-old star is currently packed with promotions for his upcoming film Race 3 which also includes Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Jacqueline Fernandez and many others in titular roles.

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