Salman Khan Applies For Gun License For Self-Protection Post DEATH THREATS; Visits Mumbai Police Headquarters-REPORT

Salman Khan was spotted at the police HQ located opposite Crawford Market, Mumbai and he met commissioner Vivek Phansalkar and Joint Commissioner of Police Vishwas Nangre Patil

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Salman Khan Applies For Gun License For Self-Protection Post DEATH THREATS; Visits Mumbai Police Headquarters-REPORT
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan visited the Mumbai Police headquarters on Friday around 4pm. The actor was spotted at the police HQ located opposite Crawford Market, Mumbai and he met commissioner Vivek Phansalkar and Joint Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) Vishwas Nangre Patil, as reported by TOI. 

Meanwhile, as per ANI, an unnamed Mumbai Police official reported that the actor has submitted a written application to the Mumbai Police to seek a weapon license for his protection amid the alleged death threats. The superstars’ Friday visit was intended to seek a weapon license for his protection amid alleged death threats. ALSO READ | WHAT! Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi Says He Wants Public Apology From Salman Khan And His Father Or Else ‘Bishnois Will Kill Them’-Report


The 56-year-old superstar’s weapons application comes as a landmark development following the death threats received by the superstar and his father Salim Khan, in a letter, which seemingly caused chaos and the Mumbai police have tightened the actor's security and his team limited his public appearances. 

Well, this ultimately means Salman Khan is already seeking extra protection and security for himself and his father. 


An ANI report also shared an update on Salman's visit to the Mumbai Police Commissioner's office in a tweet and said, "Actor Salman Khan applied for a weapon license for self-protection at the Mumbai CP office after he recently received a threat letter: Mumbai Police."

The letter received by Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan in June 2022, reportedly read that the father-son duo would meet the fate of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala, who was shot dead in May. ALSO READ | Death Threat To Salman Khan Was Publicity Stunt By Lawrence Bishnoi's Gang; Person Who Delivered The Threat Letter Identified, Reveals Mumbai Police

Immediately after the letter, the 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' actor's security had been enhanced.

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