Sidhu Moose Wala Dead Body Photo: PGP alleges Lawrence Bishnoi and Goldy Brar were part of the gang that killed the singer. At the hospital, another of the men who had been hurt alongside him in the incident also passed away. In Punjab’s Mansa district, the assailant fired as many as 30 rounds. In a shooting incident on Sunday, Punjabi artist Sidhu Moose Wala was killed in Jawaharke, Mansa district.
One of the two men who were shot and wounded along with Moose Wala died as a result of his injuries. The assailants fired at least 30 shots at the victims. He was pronounced dead upon arrival at Mansa’s civic hospital after being airlifted there in severe condition.
A three-member SIT has been created to investigate the murder of MurdreMoosewala, which includes inquiry by the SP in Mansa and Bathinda and CIA in-charge Mansa.
Punjab Police had ordered the withdrawal of protection for him and more than 420 persons the day before the event occurred, including former MLAs, Jathedars of two Takhts, leaders of Deras, and police personnel.
Though only two of the shooters had been temporarily evacuated from the scene, Mansa SSP Gaurav Toora said that Moose Wala had four police officers on hand to provide security. The other two gunmen who had been assigned to Moose Wala at the time of the incident, according to him, were not with him.
When the singer, 29, decided to become a member of the Congress Party in December of last year, she decided to run in the 2022 Punjab state elections.
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Moose Wala’s “murder” shocked both the Congress and the country, the party claimed in a statement. Shock and disbelief have gripped Congress and the nation following the assassination of Punjabi Congress candidate and artist Shri Sidhu Moose Wala. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, and fans.
The party tweeted from its Twitter handle: “We are united & undeterred, at this time of profound loss.” There would be no mercy for anyone engaged in the horrible murder of Bhagwant Mann, the chief minister of the state of Uttar Pradesh. “The heinous murder of Siddhu Moosewala has shocked and grieved me deeply.
Those who knew and loved him will be in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. “I implore everyone to maintain their composure. Sukhbir Singh Badal, a former chief minister and head of the Akali Dal, expressed his condolences for the death of Moose Wala while criticising Mann for the decision made by his government to remove the guards protecting him.
Everyone must show restraint and diplomacy at this important time,” the speaker said. On his side, Punjab’s CM should ponder why the state has descended into anarchy and lawlessness under his leadership.”
If the CM is truly sincere, he should examine whether or not his populist decision to remove Moosewala’s security helped precipitate the catastrophe. After all, his life was in danger. This is not the time for political point scoring, but Badal remarked on Twitter that “someone must accept responsibility for the situation.
After receiving primary treatment, the civil surgeon at Mansa hospital reports that Moose Wala was declared dead on arrival and the other two patients were transferred to another facility for additional care.
There were three patients sent to the hospital, one of them had died. Dr Ranjeet Rai was quoted by news agency ANI as saying, “After preliminary care, the two injured have been sent to a higher institute for further treatment.”
After the Bhagwant Mann-led state administration removed his security cover the day before, well-known Punjabi singer and Congress leader Sidhu Moosewala was assassinated in Mansa district on Sunday (May 29). In addition to past MLAs, two Jathedars of the Takht Damdama Sahib and Takht Kesgarh, the heads of Deras, and serving and retired police officers, 424 others had their security withdrawn on Saturday.