Salman Khan Residence Firing Case: Mumbai Crime Branch Arrest Mohammad Chaudhary, Fifth Accused In Case From Rajasthan

Salman Khan Residence Firing Case: Mumbai Crime Branch Arrest Mohammad Chaudhary, Fifth Accused In Case From Rajasthan

According to the information received, Chaudhary had paid money to both shooters - Sagar Pal and Vikki Gupta - who fired outside Salman's house. Chaudhary also conducted reconnaissance of Salman Khan's Bandra house after coming to Mumbai.

Vishal SinghUpdated: Wednesday, May 08, 2024, 02:22 AM IST
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Salman Khan Residence Firing Case: Mumbai Crime Branch Arrest Mohammad Chaudhary, Fifth Accused In Case From Rajasthan |

Mumbai: In the case of firing outside actor Salman Khan's house, the Mumbai Crime Branch have arrested the 5th suspect from Rajasthan. The name of this suspect is Mohammed Rafiq Sardar Chaudhary. Chaudhary did recce of Salman Khan's house from 8 April to 13 April. Chaudhary made a video outside Khan's house and sent this video to Anmol Bishnoi. A police officer said that Chaudhary has done recce of some other people's houses too, for which Chaudhary is being questioned.

According to the information received, Chaudhary had paid money to both shooters - Sagar Pal and Vikki Gupta - who fired outside Salman's house. Chaudhary also conducted reconnaissance of Salman Khan's Bandra house after coming to Mumbai. Chaudhary was in contact with fugitive gangster Anmol Bishnoi and Rohit Godara.

According to information received from the Crime Branch, the accused Chaudhary was arrested from Bansi village in Nagaur district of Rajasthan on Monday night. A police officer revealed that shooter Pal and Gupta, who fired outside Khan's house, had met Chaudhary three to four times. During these meetings, Chaudhary had also given approximately Rs 2 lakh to the shooters. This money was given to Chaudhary by a member of the Bishnoi gang, which Chaudhary then gave to Pal and Gupta.

According to police sources, Anmol Bishnoi and Godara instructed Chaudhary to deliver money to Pal and Gupta. Bishnoi had told Chaudhary that he would get a big job. Chaudhary used to run a dairy in the Dongari area, which was closed during the COVID pandemic. After the closure of the dairy, Chaudhary went to his village, where he met Ankit Aroda. Aroda recruited Chaudhary for the Bishnoi gang.

Chaudhary used to live in the village and would often come to Mumbai to meet his brother. Chaudhary's brother owns a dairy in Kurla. A police officer informed that on April 8, Chaudhary had met Pal and Gupta. Pal and Gupta fired outside Salman Khan's house on April 14 and were arrested on April 16. When Chaudhary found out that Pal and Gupta had been arrested by the police, he fled from Kurla to the village.

A police officer explained that Anmol Bishnoi's work is overseen by Rohit Godara, and Godara conducted a conference call with Chaudhary and Anmol through a calling app. A police officer explained that Anmol Bishnoi's work is overseen by Rohit Godara, and Godara conducted a conference call with Chaudhary and Anmol through a calling app. Several cases are registered against Rohit Godara and a police officer said that he is in America with Anmol Bishnoi.

A few days ago, Mumbai Crime took action and arrested two accused from Punjab on the charge of supplying weapons to the shooters in the firing case outside Salman Khan's house. This included 37-year-old Sonu Subhash Chandra and 32-year-old Anuj Thapan. The police claimed that both of them had arranged weapons for the shooters. However, the accused in this case, Anuj Thapan, committed suicide in police custody.

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