Candian based gangster Goldy Brar, a member of the Indian gang Lawrence Bishnoi, has spoken to India Today, revealing that he was responsible for the death of rapper Sidhu Moose Wala, while threatening to target Salman Khan.

Moose Wala had been shot dead a year ago in his car near his village Moosa in Punjab’s Mansa district. A day later Brar wrote a Facebook post where he took responsibility for the murder, claiming that it was done to avenge the death of another gangster.

Goldy Brar, whose real name is Satinderjeet Singh, revealed the reason for murdering Moose Wala, claiming the rapper was an egoistic person who misused money and political power, and needed to be taught a lesson.

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“Sidhu Moose Wala was an egoistic person. He misused his political and money power. It was necessary to teach him a lesson, and he was taught one,” Goldy Brar said.

“He had personally harmed us, made some mistakes that were unforgivable, so we had to punish him. When a rich man has close ties with top police officers and when the government doesn’t do justice, how can we expect justice from the courts? So, we sought justice ourselves,” he added.

Singh then threatened to kill Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, for his innvolvement in the killing of a black buck, a sacred animal in the Bishnoi community. In 1998, during a break from shooting, Khan and his co-stars allegedly went hunting for black bucks in Rajasthan, enraging the Bishnoi community, who are known for their strong environmental and wildlife protection principles, and considering the Black Buck to be a sacred animal.

“Bhai Sahab (referring to the gang Lawrence Bishnoi) had stated that he wouldn’t apologise. Baba will show mercy only when he feels merciful.”

Salman Khan recently responded to threatening calls and letters he was receiving in an interview in April, stating that he has a lot of faith in God:

“I know whatever is going to happen will happen no matter what you do. I believe that He is there. It is not that I will start roaming freely, it is not like that. Now there are so many Sheras around me. So many guns are going around with me that I am scared these days.”