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Moosewala had a feeling of death: expressed the fear through a song; told his father- you still have a lot to see

32 minutes agoAuthor: Tasveer Tiwari

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On 29 May 2022, Sidhu Moosewala had just stepped out of his black coloured Thar when Goldie Brar's henchmen showered bullets on him. With this, a shining star left this world forever. Sidhu gave such hit songs in his short career, which are still on people's lips. If he were alive, he would have been celebrating his 32nd birthday today.

Sidhu joined the Congress party in 2021. On this, he said that to change the system, one has to become a part of the system. He joined politics for power. Sidhu Moosewala's father recently talked to Rahul Gandhi. He told that Sidhu always used to tell me that you still have a lot to see. He knew that these people would not leave him.

Sidhu Moosewala joined Congress on 3 December 2021. Even before Sidhu, his family was associated with Congress. However, Sidhu was also approached by the Aam Aadmi Party.

Sidhu's songs have always ruled the hearts of the youth. The lyrics of his songs always talk about changing the system. On this, Sidhu said- My songs attract the youth. The reason for this is that I have always been very outspoken. There is no filter in my songs or my words. I say what is in my mind through my songs. Perhaps that is what people like.

There is nothing wrong in promoting gun culture

Sidhu used to say that there is nothing wrong in promoting gun culture. Provided we should know what are its disadvantages? What are its advantages? How is it right to use it?

If guns are so bad then why does the government give licenses? In our religion, it is considered a part of our body. The army has been given weapons, if they use those weapons on common people, then it is wrong, because they have been given weapons for our safety. The only reason to keep a gun is 'personal safety'.

Sidhu wanted people to question him about this, so that he could put his views in front of the people. Sidhu felt that the biggest problem of Punjab was that they did not have a leader who was one of them. He said- After becoming a leader, everyone starts considering themselves different from the common people. We need a leader who stays connected with the common people. He is one of them and can understand their needs. Sidhu said these things while talking to News 18.

Father Balkaur Singh said- Sidhu knew that those people would not leave him

Sidhu Moosewala's father Balkaur Singh recently met Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. He told that Sidhu had an idea that something big was going to happen to him. Balkaur Singh said- Sidhu had the singing bug since childhood. He used to sing songs since he was in school. I knew that he sings, but he never sang in front of me. He used to sing in the washroom and in a closed room. I and my brother used to tell him to sing for us too, but Sidhu used to say that no, I will not sing in front of you.

I heard his song for the first time when he was performing in college. I went to listen to Sidhu's song by hiding my face. Initially he did not recognize me, but after a while he saw me. I saw him perform for the first time, he was moving around the stage and singing. I was very happy.

His professors had told me, 'Sir, please don't stop him. He will go very far.' From that day onwards, I had decided that I will not stop Sidhu. I will support him in whatever he wants to do. After college, I sent him to Canada. When he returned from there, he became someone else. Whoever Sidhu touched and whose name he took in the song, their fortunes were changed.

Sidhu has set an example. He showed us how to deepen our attachment with our parents. After his death, I realised that he would repeatedly tell me, 'Papa, you still have a lot to see.' He knew they would not leave him.

Sidhu joined politics because he wanted some power. He thought that if he gets some power, these people will leave him alone. These people wanted that if he wanted to work, he should work under them, but my Sidhu did not know how to bow down. These people put a lot of pressure on him. The order for my son's death had already been issued.

Childhood photo of Sidhu Moosewala.

Childhood photo of Sidhu Moosewala.

When your child dies in front of you, the money you earn becomes your death. I was shattered after his death, but I gathered all my strength without giving up. I will continue to do my duty as long as I am alive. God has given me another Sidhu, who is exactly like the old one.

Birth of Sidhu Moosewala

Sidhu Moosewala's real name was Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu. He was born on 11 June 1993 in Musa village of Mansa district of Punjab to father Balkaur Singh and mother Charan Kaur. He belonged to a Jat family. In 2016, he graduated in Electrical Engineering.

On the day of his death, he had gone out from his mother for the first time without getting vaccinated

During Sidhu's last prayers, his father had revealed that Sidhu never left the house without getting vaccinated by his mother, but on the day of his death, his mother had gone to a relative's house. Due to which Sidhu left without getting vaccinated and then this happened.

Sidhu Moosewala's father Balkaur Singh holding his second son in his lap.

Sidhu Moosewala's father Balkaur Singh holding his second son in his lap.

Sidhu was murdered in Mansa village
Shubhdeep Singh alias Sidhu Moosewala, a resident of Musa village in Mansa, was murdered in Jawaharke village on 29 May 2022. While he was travelling with 2 friends in an unsecured Thar jeep, he was shot dead by 6 shooters from Punjab-Haryana. Lawrence gang's Goldie Brar had taken responsibility for the murder. The police have named more than 30 gangsters including Lawrence-Goldie in this case and have filed challan against many of them.

Bullets were fired on Moosewala's jeep. Most of the bullets were fired on the driving side.

Bullets were fired on Moosewala's jeep. Most of the bullets were fired on the driving side.

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