This was a plan to threaten Salman Khan, big disclosure
This was a plan to threaten Salman Khan, big disclosure

There has been a big revelation on the Lawrence Bishnoi gang. In fact, according to the information received recently, this gang was planning to raise in Bollywood after the Punjab music industry. Yes, according to the information received recently, the Lawrence Bishnoi gang wanted to extort money from big stars, film directors and producers. Not only this, Lawrence's henchman Sandeep alias Mahakal, during police interrogation, revealed to the Police of Maharashtra how the plan to threaten Salman Khan was going on. In his confession, according to the information received recently, he said- "Karan Johar's name came up in the Sushant Singh Rajput case. Prashant Singh Rajput, Sanjay Sharma, Vikram Brar, Monu Jat and Arun Jat were supposed to demand a ransom of Rs 5 crore from Karan Johar. All of them are henchmen of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang.''

Let us tell you that due to the situation created after the murder of Sidhu Musewala, he wanted to make his name famous by spreading panic in Bollywood by sending threatening letters to Salim Khan and Salman Khan. Yes and Vikram Brar told Mahakal that Sooraj and Arjun are going to send threatening letters to Salman Khan's house. For this Aamsa and Suraj are staying in Palghar.

In fact, Vikram Brar had made a different plan to kill Siddhu Moosewala. For this, Mahakal was also lured to give lakhs of rupees. You may know Vikram Brar is a close friend of Lawrence Bishnoi and is a resident of Hanumangarh in Rajasthan. He had fled to UAE on 28 June 2018 with a passport issued by Chandigarh. At the same time, Mahakal further said that he used to talk to Vikram on Instagram and the Signal app and he is the mastermind of sending a threatening letter to Salman Khan.

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