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Gunslinging leading to hate crimes, gang wars in Punjab

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Post the killing of singer-turned-politician Sidhu Moosewala in Mansa of Punjab, speculations are ripe that Punjab would become a gangland. According to inputs received by security agencies, the murder will now trigger a big gang war in the border-sensitive state.

Jungle raj of gangsters and terrorists?
The way electrical engineer turned singer Sidhu Musewala was publicly put to death. After that, the politics of Punjab has gone up. According to the information received from the sources of intelligence agencies, something can happen in Punjab that no one would have thought about. In the last few days, there has been an increase in terrorist activities with gangsters in Punjab.

Biggest gang war will break out in Gangland: Sources
Let us tell you that there is intelligence input that after this incident in Punjab, there is going to be a big gang war. For which the groups of gangsters have started uniting and the groups of different gangsters will openly clash with each other. That too with state-of-the-art weapons and in this, the Bambiha Gang and the Lawrence Bishnoi Gang may first come face to face. That is, there may soon be a lot of bloodshed in the state.

Gangsters wreak havoc on Punjabi singing industry
Gangsters taking interest in the entertainment industry is not a new thing. In the 1990s, when Bollywood was touching the heights, there was an entry of the underworld. In the same way, about 4 years ago, gangsters entered the Punjabi film and music industry. Many famous singers and artists were on his target. Parmish Verma was first targeted. However, somehow he managed to save his life. After this many more singers kept getting threats. The police kept claiming to fulfill the responsibility by giving security to such people, but the fear of Punjab Police was never visible in the gangsters.

Firing on Singer Parmish Verma
Let us tell you that singer Parmish Verma, who became more famous than ‘Gal Ni Kadni’, was attacked on the intervening night of 13 and 14 April 2018 when he was going to his house in Sector-91 after performing the show from Chandigarh. During this, gangsters had opened fire on Verma in Sector-76. During this, he had called the then SSP Kuldeep Singh Chahal. Along with this, he kept driving the car for about 14 kilometers in an injured condition. In this, the police had reached out to help them. Then he was admitted to Fortis Hospital. Later, gangster Dilpreet Singh Baba took responsibility for this attack by posting a post on Facebook. There was a discussion then that he was demanding a ransom of 20 lakh rupees. However, it was later revealed that the singer had also paid a ransom out of fear.

Gippy Grewal on target
Similarly, in June 2018, when Gippy Grewal was busy promoting the Punjabi film ‘Carry on Jatta’, he also received death threats. He received a threat call on WhatsApp. After this, on his complaint, there was a case against gangster Dilpreet Singh Baba in Police Station Phase-8 located in Mohali. Even after that, the process of threatening the singers has not stopped till now. A few months ago, Punjabi singer Mankirat Aulakh received death threats on Facebook. After this, the accused had removed their posts. The singer then approached the Mohali police. After which the Mohali police immediately provided him with two security personnel. There is no fear of police in gangsters, while it is also being said that gangsters and terrorists run their laws in Punjab and this has become clear from the incident of Moosewala’s murder.

Moosewala died 13 days before his birthday?
Moosewala was born on 11 June 1993 to Bhola Singh and Charan Kaur, who lived in Musa village of Mansa. Moosewala’s real name was Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu. He was fond of singing since childhood, so as soon as he came at the age of 29, Sidhu became the heartbeat of young hearts with his singing. This popularity took him into the active politics of Punjab. He used to gather applause by singing songs during school and college days. On the basis of his singing, he had made the name of his village bright all over the world.

Journey from engineer to singer
Let us tell you that after completing his education at the government school in the village, Sidhu also did a post-graduate diploma after taking an electrical engineering degree from Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana. Musewala was fond of writing songs. Musa wrote his first song ‘License’. Which was voiced by the famous singer Ninja. This song became so popular that Sidhu Moosewala also got recognition as a writer. After this, he started meeting with big music directors and singers. This journey of his reached the growing singing. Then Moosewala went to Canada where he became friends with a music director. Further, in 2017, Sidhu wrote the song ‘So High’. Before this Sidhu had sung a couple of songs. But ‘So High’ gave him a new identity. After this Sidhu did not look back. The next year in 2018, he released his album PBX One, which was a huge hit. This album also received many awards.

Last song lyrics came true
In the recently held assembly elections of 2022, Sidhu Moosewala joined the Congress and also contested from Mansa. But like the pitch of singing, in the pitch of politics, he could not live up to the expectations of the people and lost the election. After that recently his song ‘Oh Chaubar De Chehre Utte Noor Dasdaan Ni, Ehda Uthega Jawaani Vich Janaza Mitthiye’ came out. This song was released by Moosewala along with rapper Wazir on 15 May this month. Then perhaps he did not know that this is the last song of his life, whose lyrics are also going to be true. Two weeks later, Sidhu Moosewala was assassinated by firing bullets. Those in the Punjabi music industry say that Sidhu sang this song on his own.

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