CM Eknath Shinde is strict regarding action against Bishnoi gang

CM Eknath Shinde is strict regarding action against Bishnoi gang…

Days after bollywood actor salman Khan's Bandra home was targeted by the lawrence Bishnoi gang, maharashtra chief minister Eknath Shinde is now the target of the angry Bishnoi community. Community members expressed displeasure over (Bishnoi's) alleged remarks about "eliminating" gangsters and pledged to protect the actor and his family from any future attacks.

The X campaign launched yesterday by the community said, "Those who threatened the Bishnoi community and cm Eknath Shinde should apologize." This post was viewed, liked, forwarded, and commented on more than 16 thousand times. It is noteworthy that Bishnoi, belonging to the Hindu sect, is a nature lover. This community is spread in the northern and north-western regions of India. These people have been opposing salman khan since the black buck hunting incident in 1998.

On Tuesday, cm Shinde reached the actor's house Galaxy Apartment situated on the coast of the Arabian Sea, and talked to salman khan and his family. Speaking to the media after meeting the Khan family, the cm said that contrary to speculation in some circles, gangsters do not exist in Mumbai. He said that there is no place for the mafia in mumbai under the rule of the Mahayuti government. cm said that it is the responsibility of the police and the state government to protect salman Khan's family. cm Shinde said, "I have assured security to salman khan and his family. We will crush this (Lawrence) Bishnoi gang. Security of salman khan is our job." It is noteworthy that on april 14, two attackers fired five bullets at salman Khan's house. Later both were identified as Vicky Gupta (24) and Sagar Pal (23). He was arrested from Bhuj city of kutch district of gujarat data-bordering pakistan in a joint operation of mumbai and gujarat Police. During interrogation, both of them said that they were instructed to fire a dozen rounds to terrorize the family of the actor, who was facing the wrath of the Bishnoi community for more than 25 years.

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