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Just in: Salman Khan was nearly killed by sharpshooter sent by Lawrence Bishnoi

An attempt was made to kill Bollywood superstar, Salman Khan, in a shocking revelation according to Times Network. This is one of the most heinous details to emerge as the investigation into the daylight murder of Sidhu Moose Wala continues.

During the course of the investigation into the murder of Sidhu Moose Wala, investigators uncovered some previously unknown information. A sharpshooter came within inches of killing Salman Khan outside his home, but the actor was reportedly saved by a whisker.

Salman Khan

According to information obtained by Times Network, Lawrence Bishnoi, a suspect in the Moose Wala murder case, dispatched a sharpshooter with a small-bore weapon hidden in a modified hockey casing to assassinate Salman Khan. The sharpshooter was allegedly planted outside the actor’s home to assassinate him, but he backed out at the last minute.

Lawrence Bishnoi and his men conducted a recon of Salman Khan and discovered that the actor does not accompany security guards when he goes cycling in the morning. The assassins were aware that the actor was vulnerable at the time and devised a plan to eliminate Salman Khan.

Salman Khan

However, on D-Day, as the sharpshooters were about to carry out their plan and Salman Khan was about to leave his house that morning, an escort of Mumbai Police who was at his gate, engaged with the actor because he had a public function that day.

This alarmed the sharpshooter and his companions, and they decided that now was not the time to carry out their plan. They were afraid of being apprehended by police, so the sharpshooter was ordered to abandon the plan.

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