The Lawrence Bishnoi gang has threatened Salman Khan's life on many occasions in recent months. As a result, the Mumbai Police has given the actor Y+ category protection. Khan spoke candidly on the subject in a recent interview, stating that “security is preferable to insecurity.” Additionally, he mentioned how these “serious” death threats make it “impossible to ride a bicycle on the road.”
“Riding a bicycle on the road nowadays and traveling alone is not conceivable. Additionally, I now have the issue of so many security and vehicles causing other people's discomfort when I am in traffic. They also gaze at me. my unfortunate fans, too. There is security because there is a significant danger, Salman said.
“I am following instructions to the letter. The line “They have to be lucky 100 times, I have to be lucky once” appears in the conversation “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan.” I need to be very careful, he continued.
Salman continued by saying that whatever is meant to happen will happen, but he noted that this does not give him carte blanche to do as he pleases. “I go anywhere in complete security. No matter what you do, I know that whatever is going to happen, will happen. I think God is present, as he is shown out. It's not like I'm going to start wandering about at will. Now that there are so many Sheras about me and so many firearms accompanying me, I'm really afraid these days,” he stated.
Lawrence Bishnoi has been keeping an eye on Salman Khan for a while. The actor was threatened with murder on April 30 by a man named “Roki Bhai” from Jodhpur, Rajasthan, earlier this month. Later, it was revealed that the call was made by a 16-year-old from Shahpur in Rajasthan, who was subsequently arrested. Later, Khan allegedly received a second email death threat that also forewarned Rakhi Sawant.
Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi said that murdering Salman Khan is his “goal of his life” in an interview in March of this year. He also stated that the situation would only be resolved after the actor apologizes to the Bishnoi community for allegedly killing the blackbuck.
For those who are unaware, Bishnois consider blackbucks to be the reincarnation of Bhagwan Jambeshwar, also known as Jambaji, who serves as their spiritual guide.