Punjabi singers Sidhu Moosewala and Mankirt Aulakh booked for promoting violence

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Punjab Latest News: The police have registered a case against Punjabi singers Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, also known as Sidhu Moosewala and Mankirt Aulakh and five unidentified persons for promoting weapons and violence in their song. Chandigarh-based advocate HC Arora has lodged a complaint against them at Mansa Sadar police station.

The complaint was filed after a video surfaced on social media, which shows  both singers promoting gun culture and violence, which is a violation of the Punjab and Haryana High Court orders.

In a complaint to the Punjab Director general of police (DGP), HC Arora alleged that in a four-minute video of the song titled “Pakhiyan, Pakhiyan”, Sidhu Moosewala and Makirt Aulakh were seen glorifying violence.

Furthermore, HC Arora stated that such songs would spread hatred in society and also instigate the youth to take law in their hands. Meanwhile, the DGP forwarded the complaint to Mansa SSP, after which, the case was registered against both Moosewala and Aulakh at Mansa Sadar police station.

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Earlier, Punjab and Haryana High Court directed the DGPs in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh to ensure that no songs should be played that glorifies liquor, drugs and violence.

SHO Balwinder Singh Romana, Mansa Sadar police station, said that a case under Sections 294, 504, 149 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) had been registered against Moosewala, Aulakh and five unidentified persons.

-PTC News