Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala was shot dead on Sunday. It has been told that a day earlier, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government of Punjab had withdrawn the security of Moose Wala. After this incident, discussions have started in entire Punjab regarding politicians and famous personalities. Meanwhile, it has been important to know what have been the controversies related to Sidhu Moose Wala and what are the discussions about the enmity related to him.
What are the controversies related to Sidhu Musewala?
1. When the singer got entangled on social media
Sidhu Moose Wala had some controversies with rapper-singer Karan Aujla over the years. Both the singers were seen targeting each other through social media and songs. In these songs, both the singers used to use lyrics related to inciting violence against each other, for which they were criticized.
2. Seen driving AK-47 with policemen, underground to avoid arrest
In May 2020, two videos of Moose Wala went viral on social media. In this, he was seen taking training in operating an AK-47 and a personal pistol along with five policemen. After this matter came to light, the policemen who were seen helping Moose Wala were suspended. In this case, cases were registered against Moose Wala under the Arms Act and the police started raiding to nab him. However, Muse Wala went underground to evade arrest. He was later granted bail for his involvement in the police investigation.
3. Allegations of promoting gun culture
On June 6, 2020, a challan was imposed on Sidhu Moose Wala for using black glasses in the vehicle. However, he was released despite being on the lookout. Moose Wala had also released a song after the release of Sanju in July 2020, in which he described the allegations against himself as the allegations against Sanjay Dutt. Then Indian shooter Avneet Sidhu criticized Moose Wala for promoting gun tradition.
4. Support Khalistan
In December 2020, Sidhu Moose Wala’s name was also associated with Khalistan support. Actually, Moose Wala had supported Khalistani separatist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale in one of his songs – ‘Punjab: My Motherland’. The song also included some scenes from a speech given by Khalistan supporter Bhoopar Singh Balbir in 1980.