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Lawrence Bishnoi’s Sharpshooter Nearly Kills Bollywood Star Salman Khan

According to reports, a sharpshooter was planted outside the actor's home and attempted to assassinate him

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Transcontinental Times Staff
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INDIA: An attempt was made to assassinate Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, according to sources. Even while the investigation into the daylight murder of Sidhu Moose Wala continues, this is one of the most gruesome details to emerge.

During the inquiry into the murder of Sidhu Moose Wala, investigators discovered a piece of information that had previously been unknown. Salman Khan was almost slain by a sharpshooter outside his home, but he was saved by a whisker.

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A sharpshooter with a small-bore weapon hidden in a modified hockey casing was ordered to kill Salman Khan by Lawrence Bishnoi, a suspect in the Moose Wala murder case.

According to reports, a sharpshooter was planted outside the actor’s home and attempted to assassinate him, but he backed out at the last minute due to chance.

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Lawrence Bishnoi and his men conducted a reconnaissance of Salman Khan and discovered that the star does not cycle with security guards in the morning.

Salman Khan was most vulnerable at that time, therefore the assassins devised a plan to eliminate him.

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However, on D-Day, as the sharpshooters were set to carry out their plan and Salman Khan was about to leave his home that morning, a Mumbai Police escort was stationed at his gate, engaged with the star because he had to attend a public function that day.

This alarmed the sharpshooter and his companions, and they concluded that now was not the time to carry out their plan. Because they were afraid of being caught by the cops, the sniper was ordered to abandon the operation.

Also Read: Moosewala Murder Case: Six People Detained

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