CCTV of the last ride Sidhu Moosewala took before his death shows him being followed.
This is emerging as the Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala’s mother on Wednesday broke down while collecting ashes of her son at Musa village.
A teary-eyed Charan Kaur said, “My son’s enemies have reduced my six-foot-tall boy to ashes; now they can enjoy a peaceful sleep.”
Moosewala’s family later left for Kiratpur Sahib with his ashes. On Tuesday, Charan Kaur was seen consoling her husband as they both sat next to the body of their son ahead of the cremation. The father of the slain Punjabi singer had on Monday urged Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann to order a probe by a sitting judge of the high court into the killing of his son. In a letter to Mann, Singh blamed the AAP government’s alleged incompetency for the incident.
“Shubhdeep’s mother is asking me where her son is and when he will return. What should I reply?” Singh said in an emotional letter. Moosewala was shot dead on Sunday by assailants in Punjab’s Mansa district, a day after the state government curtailed his security cover.
Dal Khalsa on Tuesday said that it smelled conspiracy in the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala. Party leaders, while addressing a press conference, also gave a call for Amritsar shutdown on June 6 to protest on the anniversary of Operation Blue Star. Party leader Kanwar Pal Singh said, “Even if gangsters have claimed responsibility for Moosewala’s murder, the timing and the modus operandi indicate the handiwork of professionals.”
He added that youths in Punjab are destroying their lives in gang wars and that is very unfortunate. “We ask the youth to use their energy for the betterment of the community society. The Centre has always been looking for opportunities to destabilise Punjab and the AAP is incompetent to govern,” he added.