Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose wala is once again embroiled in controversies. The video of the Punjabi singer on Monday firing police personnel from AK-47 went viral. After this, police of Barnala police station Dhanola have registered a case against nine people including Sidhu Moose wala and five police personnel.
All five police personnel have been suspended. At the same time, DSP Sangrur Daljit Singh Virk has also been suspended. It is being told that the five gunmen belong to Daljit Singh. Everyone who was taken with singer, was allowed by their son Jungsher Singh Virk. Virk’s son is a friend of Moosewala.
This is in the video
In the video, Moosewala is seen firing an AK-47 from a police man at a farmer’s farm in village Badawar in Barnala. Sidhu Moosewala is also accompanied by the police personnel stationed under his protection. A police employee is training Sidhu to fire with AK-47.
Case registered against nine
After the video went viral, DGP Dinkar Gupta ordered SSP Barnala Sandeep Goyal to register the case. SSP Sandeep Goyal said that breaking rules during lockdown against Sidhu Moosewala, Karma Singh Lahil, DSP’s son Jungsher Singh, Inder Singh Grewal and Thangadar Balkar Singh, Havaldar Gagandeep and Gurjinder, Jasvir Singh, Harvinder Singh And has started action by registering a case under Disaster Act-51.
Moosewala is on bail for provocative songs
A few days ago, police of Mansa police station against Sidhu Moosewala had also registered a case of inciting the youth by singing provocative songs. Sidhu Moosewala is on bail in this case. Not only this, Moosewala sang a song commenting profanely on Sikh history. After opposition by Sangat, Moosewala gave a written apology by appearing in Sri Akal Takht Sahib. The decision on this apology from Shri Akal Takht Sahib is yet to come.