How did the Bishnoi gang plan to attack Salman Khan? Meeting in US, threw gun in water after attack

On Tuesday morning, the Mumbai Police Crime Branch arrested the two men who allegedly fired at Salman Khan's Bandra home.

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In a massive success in the Salman Khan firing case, Mumbai Crime Branch on Tuesday arrested two shooters who were allegedly caught on CCTV firing at the Dabangg star's Galaxy Apartment. On Sunday at 5 am, two bike-borne men fired four rounds of bullets at Galaxy Apartment in Bandra where Salman Khan was present. Following that Mumbai Police started an investigation and therefore, multiple photos and CCTVs were released on social media. In just one day, Mumbai Police Crime Branch arrested the two men who allegedly fired at Salman Khan's Bandra home. Notably, Lawrence Bishnoi's brother Anmol Bishnoi took responsibility of attack on Salman Khan's house. Now, the question arises how did the Bishnoi-gang plan an on attack Salman Khan's house? Below is the Salman Khan firing case decoded- 

 

How did the Bishnoi gang hatch a plan to kill Salman Khan?

 

As per reports, the accused who have been arrested are identified as Vicky Sahab Gupta, 24, and Sagar Shrijogendra Pal, 21, from Masihi in the West Champaran district of Bihar. They were hired by Anmol Bishnoi's gang and were also paid some amount of money for the crime. 

 

Initial investigation revealed that after firing at the Bollywood star’s Mumbai home, the accused abandoned their bike near a church in Mumbai, walked some distance, and then took an autorickshaw to Bandra Railway Station. They then boarded a train to Santacruz station and hired another auto-rickshaw to continue their journey.

 

Thereafter, they fled to Surat and then travelled via public transport to Ahmedabad. The shooters even changed their clothes while fleeing.

 

Reports suggest that the Mumbai Police believe that the shooters threw their gun used for firing at Salman Khan's house into the water. The gun was reportedly not a locally-made pistol. The shooters got the gun by an unidentified man under a bridge in Bandra. 

 

Planning for an attack on Salman Khan's house

 

The plan for an attack on Salman Khan's house was hatched in the United States. Anmol Bishnoi, Lawrence Bishnoi's brother, reportedly gave the task of selecting shooters to Rohit Godara. Rohit Godara is another gangster also based in the US. The Bishnoi gang maintains a ready supply of weapons strategically stored in various locations across multiple states. It is suspected that Godara facilitated the provision of weapons to the shooters through his associates in India. 

 

What did Anmol Bishnoi say about firing at Salman Khan's house?

 

Anmol Bishnoi took responsibility through a Facebook post. The post was shared using a VPN. Anmol in his threat wrote, "We want peace. If the only decision against oppression is war, then so be it. Salman Khan, we have only shown you a trailer so that you understand the magnitude of our strength and do not test it. This is the first and last warning. After this, shots will not be fired outside the house only. And we have dogs named after Dawood Ibrahim and Chota Shakeel, whom you consider to be Gods. Now, I don't have the habit of talking much."

 

Lawrence Bishnoi's gang has been targeting actor Salman Khan allegedly due to the 1998 blackbuck hunting case. Blackbucks are considered sacred by the Bishnoi community.

 


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