Om Swami attack: Bawali baba accuses Salman Khan, Manveer Gurjar; says 'it was planned'

Updated On : 21 May , 2017 , 12:06 AM
New Delhi:

Self-proclaimed godman Om Swami has raked up a fresh controversy as he has accused Salman Khan and Bigg Boss 10 winner Manveer Gurjar for attacking him. The former Bigg Boss 10 contestant was reportedly beaten up publicly at event on the occasion of Nathuram Godse's birth anniversary. According to the media reports, the crowd was furious about having a fake godman as one of the guests at the event and went on to thrash Om Swami.

While the incident has left Om shocked, the BB10 contestant has alleged that is was a planned attack and involved Salman Khan, Manveer Gurjar, Dawood Ibrahim and Chota Shakeel. Talking about the attack, Om stated that the organisers were after him to came as a guest to the event, while he was not interested. However, it was only after Maveer Gurjar and his brother called him up Om agreed to attend the event.

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During his recent interview, Om Swami alleged that this attack was planned by Manveer Gurjar as some of the people in the crowd wore a t-shirt with 'gurjar' written on it and Salman Khan too had an involvement in it. Besides, Swami also alleged that Dawood Ibrahim's brother Shabir Ibrahim Kaskar and Shota Shakeel was also involved in the attack.

Interestingly, this isn't the first time Om Swami had made such accusations against superstar Salman Khan. The self-proclaimed godman had earlier alleged that Khan had links with Dawood Ibrahim and that the 'Dabangg' star is sending funds to the underworld don.

Om Swami, who was kicked out of BB house post his obnoxious behaviour, the controversial contestant claimed to have slapped and kicked Salman inside the Bigg Boss house. While Om's controversial remarks has once again created a buzz in the tinselvile, we wonder if this will once again land him in major trouble.

First Published : Saturday, May 20, 2017 11:57 PM
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