Sidhu Musewala was shot dead on Sunday evening. After this, Musewala’s family had demanded a probe by central agencies into the matter.
The family members of Punjabi singer Sidhu Musewala met Chandigarh Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday. Musewala’s family had earlier written to Shah seeking a probe by central agencies into the brutal murder of the famous Punjabi singer. Even today, he sought justice on the death of his son.
Congress leader Sukhpal Khaira has claimed in a tweet that he has come to know from reliable official sources that the Chief Justice of the High Court has rejected the proposal to appoint a sitting judge of the High Court to investigate the murder of Musewala. The High Court has said that the SIT should investigate the matter. Khaira said that I had warned my party colleagues about this in village Musa.
Family demanding probe from central agencies into Moosewala’s death
According to Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Moosewala’s family had earlier written to Shah seeking a probe by central agencies into the brutal murder of the famous Punjabi singer. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Friday visited Musewala’s house and assured his family that his killers would be put behind bars soon.
Punjab Police’s investigation in singer Sidhu Musewala murder case rests on connections 3 and 13. Actually, three people from the singer’s village have come on the radar of the police. At the same time, 13 suspicious numbers are also in the hands of the police. The investigation of the police is now resting on them. It is being investigated whether and with whom these numbers have been talked about.
The SIT has also started searching for the links of the gangsters and their accomplices lodged in the jails of Punjab. So far, along with interrogation of criminals belonging to Lawrence Bishnoi gang in different jails, the SIT has collected data of mobile towers located near the site of Moosewala’s murder, including the location of mobile numbers used at the time of the crime and on them. Efforts are on to reach the criminals on the basis of the conversation.