Jalandhar connection in firing at Salman Khan's house; Arrested shooter's father reveals...

A team from the Mumbai Police Crime Branch arrested 21-year-old Sagar Pal and 24-year-old Vicky Gupta from Gujarat's Kutch for firing at Salman Khan's Galaxy Apartment.

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Mumbai Police Crime Branch on Tuesday arrested the two shooters who fired at Salman Khan's house in Bandra. On Sunday, two bike-borne shooters fired at Salman Khan's Galaxy Apartment sending shockwaves in entire India. Jailed gangster Lawrence Bishnoi's brother Anmol took responsibility for the attack on Salman Khan's house saying that it was only a trailer. A team from the Mumbai Police Crime Branch arrested 21-year-old Sagar Pal and 24-year-old Vicky Gupta from Gujarat's Kutch. Both the shooters hailed from Masihi in the West Champaran district of Bihar. However, there is a Jalandhar connection in the firing case at Salman Khan's house. 

 

Joginder Shah, the father of Sagar Pal, was quoted by multiple portals saying that his son was living in Jalandhar and was working there as a daily wager. "I was really shocked to learn about his involvement through social media... We don't know how it happened. He was never involved in any crime earlier. He was a simple person... he was working in Jalandhar (Punjab), I don't know how he reached Mumbai."

 

How Bishnoi gang hatch a plan to attack Salman Khan's house?

 

Vicky Sahab Gupta and Sagar Shrijogendra Pal 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.

 

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 from an unidentified man under a bridge in Bandra. 

 

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


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