The Assassination Of Sidhu Moose Wala: Suspected Killer Pose As A Fan To Take Selfies In Front Of The Singer’s House
It will be ten days since the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala. The singer was shot and killed in the Mansa district of Punjab on May 29th while on his way to his village with his cousin and a friend. The decision was made shortly after the Punjab government lowered its security. Following his death, criminals Goldy Brar and Lawrence Bishnoi Group asserted blame and revealed on social media that the musician was assassinated because he allegedly ‘killed their brother.’
His last rites were performed two days after his death, and entire Punjab was seen arriving to pay their respects and be a part of his final journey.
Since the horrible tragedy, it has not only sparked outrage on social media but has also provided political parties with another opportunity to play the blame game. A fresh CCTV tape has recently appeared on the internet, and it is thought that the footage shows Sidhu Moose Wala’s accused killers. His admirers will believe that the video, which has gone viral on social media, was part of a well-planned scheme.
The guy is shown on CCTV acting as a fan outside Sidhu Moose Wala’s house, attempting to take photographs with the singer. Later on, the same ‘fan’ is seen telling the assailants of Sidhu’s whereabouts. According to media accounts, the informer, who pretended to be a fan, also alerted the killers that he was in a non-bulletproof Thar. Following the viewing of the footage, Punjab Police have stated that some of the individuals involved in his murder have been identified. Check out the video below:
#BREAKING | Sidhu Moosewala assasination: Key CCTV footage emerges that shows his killers 'waited outside his house posing as fans'
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Meanwhile, according to recent sources, one suspect in the Sidhu Moose Wala Murder case has been detained by Punjab Police. Sections 120B, 148, 149, 302, 307, 341, and 427 of the Indian Penal Code, as well as Sections 25 and 27 of the Arms Act, were used to charge the killers.
We previously reported on Lawrence Bishnoi gang member Sachin Bishnoi’s confession, in which he admitted to killing Sidhu Moose Wala.