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Salman Khan firing case: Another accused arrested from Rajasthan, Mumbai Police registers new case

Five bullets were fired outside Salman Khan’s Bandra residence on the morning of April 14. Since the horrific incident, the police have been successful in arresting the alleged accused in the case. A new report has emerged again in the case, in which another man has been arrested from Rajasthan on charges of criminal intimidation.The Mumbai police have registered a fresh case in connection with the firing outside actor Salman Khan’s residence in April and arrested a man from Rajasthan on charges of criminal intimidation, an official said on Sunday. The accused has been identified as Banwarilal Laturlal Gurjar (25), a resident of Bundi in Rajasthan, the crime branch official said.

Video was made before the firing

The official said that Gurjar had allegedly uploaded a video on his/her YouTube channel in which he/she said, ‘Lawrence Bishnoi, Goldy Brar and other gang members are with me and I am going to kill Salman Khan because he/she has not apologised yet.’

The accused was arrested from Rajasthan

The accused made the video on a highway in Rajasthan and uploaded it on his/her channel. The official said that considering the seriousness of the matter, a team was sent to Rajasthan for investigation and they caught the accused. he/she said that a case has been registered at the Cyber ​​Police Station in Mumbai.

Police is investigating the matter

“We are probing whether the accused Gurjar has any previous criminal history. he/she has been arrested under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, 506 (2) (punishment for criminal intimidation) and provisions of the Information Technology (IT) Act and investigation is underway,” the official said.

In Salman Khan case, one person committed suicide

On the morning of April 14, two men on a motorcycle fired several shots outside Salman Khan’s house in Bandra area. A total of six people were arrested in this case. One of them, Anuj Thapan, allegedly hanged himself in police custody on May 1.

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