New Delhi [India]- Punjabi singer and also Congress leader Sidhu Moose Wala, who was killed on May 29, was struck by around 25 bullets by the attackers as well as gunpowder was also located on his body, resources stated mentioning first post-mortem report.
The singer-turned-politician was shot dead by unidentified opponents in Jawaharke town in Mansa district of Punjab on Sunday, a day after the Punjab government curtailed his safety and security cover.
Resources claimed that the singer died before he was taken to the hospital. They claimed while the event happened on 5.25 pm and also the cops got info at 5.50 pm.
The sources said that the existence of gunpowder on the singer’s body indicated that he was bombarded from really close quarters as well as the weapon was brought close to his body.
” Sidhu Moose Wala was struck by greater than 25 bullets. Gunpowder was discovered on his body. He passed away prior to being given the hospital. The occurrence happened around 5.25 pm, while the cops got information around 5.50 pm,” a resource informed media.
Sidhu Moose Wala was cremated today at his native town Moosa in the Mansa area of Punjab. His body was extracted from Mansa Civil Hospital to his home on Tuesday morning where a significant crowd collected to pay their homages.
The 28-year-old Punjabi singer had fought the current setting up election in Punjab on a Congress ticket from Mansa and was defeated by the AAP’s Vijay Singla. He signed up with Congress in December in 2014.
Punjab Police on Monday apprehended six individuals from Dehradun’s Peliyon Police Chowki location about Moose Wala’s murder, STF sources stated.
The Special Cell of Delhi Cops has likewise begun wondering about Lawrence Bishnoi in Tihar jail in connection with Sidhu Moose Wala’s murder case after Canada-based Goldy Brar declared duty for the murder. Brar is a close assistant of Bishnoi, that is also said to be associated with the vocalist’s murder.
Punjab Police have signed up an FIR in Mansa against unknown individuals under sections 302, 307, and also 341 of the Indian Penal Code and also sections 25 and also 27 of the Arms Act.