Recently, from the reports, it has been found that Punjabi singer Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu has been booked after a viral video clip. Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu is popularly known as Sidhu Moosewala, in his viral video clip he was firing from AK-47.
Moreover, in this news, it was seen that he shooted AK-47 in the company of a policeman. How can a policeman stand and see him shouting with such an assault rifle? This shows that he was not doing his duty properly. Therefore, it has been reported that he is the DSP of Sangrur. After seeing this viral video of Sidhu Moosewala shoots with an AK-47 gun the DGP Dinkar Gupta ordered the suspension of the DSP standing near Moosewala in that viral video. Furthermore, he said that he was not doing his duty welly and after this Daljit Singh Virk says that we are pending with the inquiry on charges of delinquency in duty on Sangrur DSP.
Probing further, we would like to tell the readers that the DSP facilitated the shooting when the whole state was under curfew due to this pandemic corona outbreak. It was also found that inquiry on this DSP has already been started. Therefore, a case is also registered against Sidhu Moosewala because he is the only one who shot with this assault rifle AK-47. Along with DSP and Sidhu Moosewala, five other members are also under investigation. The other five members are also from the police department- a sub-inspector, two head constables, and two constables.
It was also noted that the singer was already under a case in Mansa because one of his songs promoted gun culture but he got bail. Again FIR has been placed against him for supporting gun culture. It was seen that Sidhu Moosewala is having good relations with Punjab and during the lockdown period he handled over a cake for a doctor on his birthday. But this time the DGP has registered the case against Sidhu Moosewala and no bail will be given to him. Therefore, this has been done on the orders of three social media activists Hakam Singh, Parvinder Singh, and Kuldeep Singh. All of them are advocates and they threatened to approach the Punjab and Haryana court if no actions will be taken.
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