The father of Sidhu Moose Wala, Balkaur Singh Sidhu, has threatened to leave the country by November 25th. He is concerned about certain important issues.
Five months after Sidhu Moose Wala was murdered, his father Balkaur Singh Sidhu said he will take back the FIR and separate himself from any gangs who may have killed the singer in order to prevent any more investigations. Balkaur Singh Sidhu also threatened that he would leave the country if the government doesn’t heed his warning by November 25th.
“I want to tell the Government that if you want to make my son join gangsters, I’ll make your work easier and will take back FIR filed against my son’s murder. I promise I’ll wait for one month,” he said while addressing a gathering at Moosa village on Sunday.
The Punjab director general of police Gaurav Yadav has been approached for a meeting with the father of the gangster who was killed. He says if he gets due justice, then he will withdraw his FIR against the others involved in his son’s murder. If not, then he will leave the country, no matter where. “The agencies are sleeping and haven’t even called the B team of Lawrence Bishnoi,” Karim said.
My child was murdered in a planned way. Police want to show it as a gang war incident. I've sought time from DGP to hear my problems. I'll wait for a month, if nothing happens, I'll withdraw my FIR & leave the country: Balkaur Singh, father of late Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala pic.twitter.com/tZ77FT0AaC
— ANI (@ANI) October 30, 2022
Gangsters in the custody of sacked Mansa CIA in charge Pritpal Singh, are also alleged to have made calls to the USA. One of the accused in this case, Deepak Tinu, is said to have fled from custody on October 1. Punjab Police arrested and sacked unit in-charge, sub-inspector Pritpal Singh, who was also a member of the SIT probing the Moose Wala murder case. Tinu was re-arrested by Delhi police from Ajmer on October 19. “If we don’t get justice, we have no power against the government,” he says. “I am an ex-serviceman and I will not go against the law. If I felt that my country’s law is against me, I give up. The gangsters remained hiding here for one month after killing my son.” Claiming that Pritpal took the money and gave a clean chit to those with links to these gangsters and says that police should be given a chance to reinvestigate their role?
A member of the Punjabi singer and close friend of Moose Wala, Afsana Khan, in an investigation by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) into gangster-terror syndicates, said the gangster put his post on social media and NIA has called those who supported Sidhu Moose Wala. “When Sidhu was killed, I handed over his phone and car to police, they can check everything. They have even checked all the data from his phone but found nothing.
Now they are trying to find a link with gangsters through co-artists. If they think that they will prove that Sidhu’s son was killed as part of a gang war, just forget it, I will not let them hide,” Lawrence’s B team is sitting in Chandigarh but I want to ask how many among them have been called by the financial cell for investigation. My son was killed under a planned conspiracy and covered up, making it look like it’s part of a gang war.”
On May 29, six gunmen shot dead Moose Wala when he was driving in a jeep to Jawaharke village. SIT has accused 36 persons in this case and filed a charge sheet against 24 of them.