Bollywood megastar Salman Khan recorded a statement with Bandra Police on Tuesday, in regards to the death threat letter received by Salman’s father Salim Khan. According to the ‘Dabbang’ actor, he didn’t receive any threat from anyone. He also denied having any disputes with anyone recently.
The Mumbai police have recorded Salman and Salim’s statements in the case. They have also seized footage from more than 200 CCTVs so far.
Including the Crime Branch and the local police, a total of 10 teams, are involved in the investigation of the case.
Earlier on Monday, a Mumbai Police team landed at the Bandra west home of the actor to carry out investigations and increased security there.
Led by Joint Commissioner of Police Vishwas Nangre-Patil and other officers, the team queried the Khan family on a letter received near their flat in Galaxy Apartments on Sunday, threatening to do a ‘Moosewala’ with the celeb father-son duo.
The letter is signed off with some initials which the police are probing and also attempting to unravel if they are linked to any past incidents targeting Salman Khan.