Mansa: Musa village in mourning
Mansa, Might 29
A pall of gloom descended on Musa village close to Mansa as quickly as residents got here to know concerning the homicide of Sidhu Moosewala. The internationally acclaimed singer was single and the one son of his dad and mom.
Feelings ran excessive on the Civil Hospital when the singer’s mom, Charan Kaur, noticed his physique.
Charan Kaur, who’s the village sarpanch, went right into a state of shock and disbelief on listening to the information of her son’s dying. Cursing Bhagwant Mann’s authorities, she challenged these chargeable for her son’s dying. Kin have been seen calming the inconsolable mom.
Moosewala was connected to the soil. Little did anybody know that the one who introduced happiness to hundreds of thousands of individuals by way of his singing would see such a tragic finish. The villagers are nonetheless not satisfied that he’s no extra. Born on June 11, 1993, Moosewala had hundreds of thousands of younger followers. Launched in September 2019, his music “Jatti jeone morh di gun” turned a chartbuster. His music ‘Sanju’ stirred controversy in July 2020. His songs have been the topic of a lot dialogue on occasion. Harinder Manshahia, president, Sabhyachar Chetna Manch and Hardeep Sidhu, normal secretary mentioned Moosewala took Punjabi singing to each nook and nook of the world. They demanded that the culprits be hanged, slamming the federal government’s resolution to prune the singer’s safety.
In the meantime, supporters of Moosewala staged protest in opposition to the AAP authorities exterior the Civil Hospital, Mansa. They raised slogans in opposition to the Bhagwant Mann led AAP authorities over the pruning of safety of Moosewala a day again.
Billa Sidhu, a pal of the deceased singer, mentioned: “It’s a critical lapse on the a part of the Mansa police and the state authorities. His safety was pruned a day again and at the moment the incident happened.”
AAP Govt to be blamed for assault
Everybody within the village is in mourning. The incident is being protested by all. Everyone seems to be blaming the federal government for the homicide. — Balwinder Singh Sidhu, ex-sarpanch