Salman Khan’s House Firing Case: Arms Supplier Dies By Suicide

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Salman Khan’s House Firing Case: Arms Supplier Dies By Suicide

| Updated: May 1, 2024 15:52

One of the two arms suppliers in the firing case outside Bollywood actor Salman Khan’s residence, who allegedly attempted suicide, has been declared dead by doctors, as per the media report.

Anuj Thapan, a 32-year-old man arrested from Punjab on April 26, reportedly tried to take his own life while under police detention. He hanged himself inside the toilet of the lock-up using a bedsheet. He was rushed to the state-run GT Hospital, where he was declared dead during treatment, as per a news agency. An accidental death report will be registered at Azad Maidan police station in south Mumbai, the report added.

Thapan, along with another suspect, Sonu Subhash Chander, is accused of supplying the weapons used in the shooting incident that took place outside the actor’s Mumbai home on April 14.

Two other individuals, Vicky Gupta and Sagar Pal, who are believed to have fired the shots, are also currently in police custody. Surveillance footage showed both individuals leaving the scene on a motorcycle.

All four suspects are thought to be associated with the incarcerated gangster Lawrence Bishnoi. According to the National Investigation Agency (NIA), Bishnoi’s primary activities include kidnapping, murder, extortion for ransom, cross-border smuggling of sophisticated weapons and narcotics, inland smuggling of contraband and illegal liquor smuggling.

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