Canada-based Gangster Goldy Brar Confesses to Killing Sidhu Moose Wala, Targets Salman Khan Next


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In a shocking revelation, Canadian gangster Goldy Brar has admitted to orchestrating the killing of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala and has also declared Bollywood superstar Salman Khan as his next target. Brar, whose current whereabouts remain unknown, disclosed his motives behind the crime during an interview. Sidhu Moose Wala, a 28-year-old singer and politician, was fatally shot by unidentified assailants on May 29 last year.

Brar cited “personal reasons” for his decision to have Moose Wala killed, describing it as a group task to teach the singer a lesson. He further revealed his intention to target Salman Khan, whose security was reinforced by the Mumbai police after receiving a threat email from Brar. Earlier this year, Brar, along with his associates Lawrence Bishnoi and Rohit, was booked for issuing threats against Salman Khan’s life.

Asserting that their agenda extends beyond Salman Khan, Brar declared that they will continue their endeavors against all their enemies as long as they are alive. The gangster’s explicit statement about targeting Salman Khan has raised concerns and prompted heightened security measures for the Bollywood actor.

It is worth noting that Goldy Brar was recently included in the Canadian government’s list of the country’s top 25 most wanted criminals. Last week, he also faced legal action after issuing death threats against singer Honey Singh. The Delhi police registered a case against Brar following a threat call made to Honey Singh’s manager, demanding extortion money.

The revelations made by Goldy Brar have sent shockwaves through the industry and raised questions about the safety of public figures. Law enforcement agencies are actively pursuing leads to locate and apprehend Brar, who remains at large. The confession and the subsequent targeting of Salman Khan highlight the urgent need for enhanced security measures and a swift resolution to ensure the safety of those at risk.

The investigation into the murder of Sidhu Moose Wala and the threats against Salman Khan and Honey Singh are ongoing, with authorities committed to bringing the culprits to justice. The case serves as a reminder of the challenges posed by criminal activities and the importance of maintaining robust security protocols to safeguard individuals in the public eye.

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