Bollywood entertainer Swara Bhasker has gotten a passing danger through a letter, following which Mumbai Police has enrolled a non-cognizable offense against an obscure individual and started an examination concerning the matter.
As per the Mumbai Police, the letter was shipped off the entertainer’s home situated in Versova two days prior, after which she came to the closest Versova police headquarters and held up a grumbling.
A case has been enlisted at Versova police headquarters against a unidentified individual.
The letter was written in Hindi and contained mishandles and compromising comments against Swara’s life. The letter referenced that the young people of the nation won’t endure the affront of Veer Savarkar. The individual closed down as “Is desh ke naujawan” (Youth of this country).
Last month, Bollywood entertainer Salman Khan and his dad Salim Khan likewise got a ‘danger letter’.
According to the police, an unsigned letter giving dangers to Salman Khan and his dad Salim Khan was found close to the Bandra Bandstand promenade in Mumbai.
The letter in Hindi said that both Salim Khan and his child would before long meet a similar destiny as killed vocalist Siddhu Moosewala (Tera Moosawala bana denge).
As per the police, Salim Khan found the letter on a seat where he sits everyday in the wake of running toward the beginning of the day. He tracked down the letter at around 7.30-8.00am in his and Salman’s name.
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