Shiromani Akali Dal leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa has tweeted saying he got threat calls from Pakistan for registering a complaint film director Karan Johar and other Bollywood stars.
Sirsa, who is the national spokesperson of Akali Dal, said that he has been warned to withdraw his complaint, or else he and his family will be killed.
Complained to @DelhiPolice @DCPWestDelhi about the threat call I received from Pakistan in which the caller asked me to withdraw the complaint against Bollywood
Urging them to investigate the issue pic.twitter.com/8RkSGs7SkL
— #Istandwithfarmers Manjinder Singh Sirsa (@mssirsa) September 28, 2020
Some months back, Sirsa had shared a video of Karan Johar reportedly hosting a party at his house in Mumbai with several Bollywood celebrities in attendance.
Sirsa has released a video message. He says the person who threatened him over phone had identified himself as Mohammad Wasim, who purportedly told him to withdraw the case against Karan Johar and others because, “Bhai had said so.”
Sirsa said the caller has asked him to withdraw his complaint within two days or “he and his family would be killed”. Sirsa released a series of tweets tagging Delhi police. “Got a call frm +923056985605 in which caller said ‘Bhai Ne Bola Hai Bollywood Wala Masla Band Karo.’
करन जौहर बॉलीवुड के ड्रग कार्टेल का किंग पिन है; वो ख़ुद को क़ानून से ऊपर समझता था
वह मुझे और न्यूज़ चैनलों को लीगल एक्शन लेने की धमकी दे रहा था… लीगल एक्शन तो होगा और करण जौहर पर होगा अब!
— #Istandwithfarmers Manjinder Singh Sirsa (@mssirsa) September 27, 2020
When I asked ‘Who Bhai?’ He said -Tum Bhai ko nahi jaante? Bhai ko to pura desh Jaanta hai. Ye Pange lena band karo warna sabko nibta denge.
I asked again Who is Bhai?
He said ‘Chup Chap ye Bollywood wali Nautanki band kar. Case wapas Le warna tereko Thokenge!’
I asked once more – ‘Hai kaun ye Bhai?’
He replied- ‘Kuo Marna Chahta hai? Jab Goli lagegi tere ko to tere parivar ko bhi Pata Chal jayega Bhai kaun hai!’ (sic)”.
Sirsa has reportedly filed a complaint with the Delhi Police and urged them to investigate these calls.
Sirsa told Firstpost.com that he is not scared of any threats and wants to get the truth out.