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Lawrence Bishnoi moves Delhi High Court fearing fake encounter in Moosewala’s killing
Updated At: Jun 01, 2022 02:35 PM (IST)
Sidhu Moosewala was shot dead on Sunday by unidentified assailants in Punjab’s Mansa district. Photo: Instagram/sidhu_moosewala
Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, June 1
Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala’s daylight killing has sent shock waves across the nation. People from all walks of life, including several Bollywood celebrities, have expressed shock.
In a post shared on Facebook, the Neeraj Bawana gang condemned the killing and have threatened a retaliatory attack, saying “will give results in two days”.
The Facebook post says, “Sidhu Moosewala was our brother. Will give a result in two days.”
The post tags Neeraj Bawana. Bawana is facing several cases of murder and ransom. He is currently in Tihar Jail.
While it is not clear who wrote the post, it is being linked to Neeraj Bawana, whose aides are allegedly spread across Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan.
The Facebook post comes two days after another such post put up from an account named after Bhuppi Rana, also a member of the Neeraj Bawana gang.
The post goes on to slam gangster Lawrence Bishnoi and his aide Goldy Brar.
After Moosewala’s killing, Goldy Brar took to his social media account to claim the responsibility, writing that “he and Lawrence Bishnoi group were behind the murder”.
An unverified account by the name of ‘Lawrence Bishnoi Grp’ had posted after Moosewala’s murder that it was a revenge for the killing of Youth Akali Dal leader Vikramjit Singh, also known as Vicky Middukhera. Middukhera was shot dead last year and the Bambiha gang had claimed the responsibility.
The post by the Bhuppi Rana account said the Bishnoi gang had falsely alleged that Moosewala had helped in the killings of Middukhera and Punjab student leader Gurlal Brar.
“Sidhu Moosewala played no role in these murders. We are making it clear, every person who has helped in Sidhu Moosewala’s murder will be accounted for. His death will be avenged very soon. We will always support his family and friends,” the post said.
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