September 25, 2022

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Singer-turned-politician Sidhu Moose Wala shot dead in firing incident in Punjab

Punjab is mourning the loss of its most famous son after singer-turned-politician Sidhu Moose Wala was shot dead in an incident that has shocked the state. The 41-year-old Sidhu was found shot dead in a car outside his residence in Chak, near Chino Hills, on Sunday night. An FIR has been lodged at Sunaria police station. According to sources, an argument broke out between Wala and two men at his house, leading to a shootout. The two men have been identified as Sandeep Singh and Jaswant Singh, who are both close associates of the politician. Jatinderpal Singh Brar and his brother Ajit Kumar Brar, who own a tyre manufacturing company in nearby Chaparhar town, have also been named as accused by police. “Wala had been involved in an altercation with two men on Sunday night which resulted in him being shot dead. We have registered an FIR against Sandeep and Jaswant here under section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC),” said Sunaria Superintendent of Police Ranjit Singh Sandhu. The incident took place at around 10pm on Sunday along side the busy Gauchar Marg near Chak village. It is not clear how many people are believed to be involved in the case though several names have been mentioned so far including Wala’s bodyguards as well as those of his associates who were present during the altercation. Sources say that locals often

Politics in Punjab: Siddhu Moose Wala shot dead in firing incident in Chak

Sangat attack on politicians in Ludhiana Shocking gruesome details of the incident There is no place for politics in family carnage “We need peace to heal”: Final Words From Sidhu’s Sister-in-Law Bannu-Chak “We need peace to heal”: Final Words From Sidhu’s Sister-in-Law Bannu-Chak At a rushed news conference on Monday, Punjab Congress President and senior party leaders, including former chief minister Amarinder Singh and Chanderpaul, said they would respect the privacy of families in the wake of the incident. “I do not want to comment on the issue. I respect the privacy of families”, said Amarinder. “The former chief minister also said that he would not dignify the matter with a single word.” Senior party leaders have also been staying away from the media until the probe into the incident is complete. “I have requested all the party leaders to refrain from comment for a couple of days”, said Amarinder.

There is no place for politics in family carnage

Siddhu Moose Wala, was a popular Punjabi Singer, Politician and a Rival of Jagmeet Singh. He was Born on 3rd June, 1979 in Ludhiana, Punjab. He is the son of Late Sidhu Singh and Sharmila Singh, who were prominent social workers in Ludhiana. He was married to Sharmila in 2004, the couple had one daughter Shilpa and one son Sukya. After the death of his wife in 2011, he married Bannu-Chak, the daughter of a village councilor in 2012. The family, consisting of his wife and son, lived in Chak, a small village near Chino Hills in the state.

Final Words From Sidhi’s Sister-in-Law Bannu-Chak: ‘We need peace to heal’

“We need peace to heal and then we will discuss about our future plans. There has to be some kind of control over yourself when you talk about things that you don’t know”, former IAS Officer Bannu-Chak said when she was the centre of attraction in Punjab. “As a mother, it will always be hard for me to comprehend why my child was killed. I don’t know the reasons for that. All I know is that he was a good person and had done so much for the community,” she added.

Conclusion

The hopes of a political dynasty in Punjab came crashing down after the shocking incident where popular singer and politician Sidhu Moose Wala was shot dead in an incident that has shocked the state. The 41-year-old singer-turned-politician was found shot dead in a car outside his residence in Chak, near Chino Hills, on Sunday night. An FIR has been lodged at Sunaria police station. The incident took place at around 10pm on Sunday along side the busy Gauchar Marg near Chak village. It is not clear how many people are believed to be involved in the case though several names have been mentioned so far including Wala’s bodyguards as well as those of his associates who were present during the altercation. Sources say that locals often quarrelled and there was some kind of altercation between them on Sunday night which led to the shooting. The men have been identified as Sandeep Singh and Jaswant Singh, who are both close associates of the politician. Jatinderpal Singh Brar and his brother Ajit Kumar Brar, who own a tyre manufacturing company in nearby Chaparhar town, have also been named as accused by police. “Wala had been involved in an altercation with two men on Sunday night which resulted in him being shot dead. We have registered an FIR against Sandeep and Jaswant here under section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC),” said Sunaria Superintendent of Police Ranjit Singh Sandhu. The incident took place at around 10pm on Sunday along side the busy Gauchar Marg near Chak village. It is not clear how many people are believed to be involved in the case though several names have been mentioned so far including Wala’s bodyguards as well as those of his associates who were present during the altercation.