Sidhu Moosewala killing: Accused Kekda posed as fan, took selfie with singer before informing shooters | People News


NEW DELHI: While the probe into Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala’s homicide continues, a CCTV picture has surfaced from the slain singer’s village in Mansa moments before he was brutally killed by assailants in broad daylight whereas he was driving his That jeep. As per experiences, the CCTV footage is quarter-hour before the surprising shootout took place on May 29. 

The CCTV footage dated May 29, the day the killing took place, reveals Moosewala’s jeep which stopped close to some folks. The footage reveals the accused, Kekda arriving with a companion at Moosewala’s village, and stayed at singer’s home for round 45 minutes. They had tea and took selfies with the singer. 

As per the police, accused ‘Kekda’, who carried out the recce, then  allegedly knowledgeable the shooters simply after the singer left the spot, in his non-bulletproof car. In truth, Kekada was the one who knowledgeable the shooters that Moosewala was travelling in his Thar, abandoning his bullet-proof car and was not accompanied by his gunmen for safety. 

However, the police is but to search out out who did he dial from his cellphone. In this case, the Punjab Police has arrested the crab from Kalanwali city in Sirsa, Haryana.

On May 29, Moosewala was shot lifeless by unidentified assailants in Punjab’s Mansa district, a day after the state authorities curtailed his safety cowl. His cousin and a pal, who have been travelling in a jeep with him, have been additionally injured within the assault. Moosewala was among the many 424 folks whose safety was withdrawn or curtailed by the Punjab Police on a short lived foundation.

The Punjab police had termed the incident a case of an inter-gang rivalry and had mentioned the Lawrence Bishnoi gang was behind the killing. Canada-based Goldy Brar, who’s a member of the gang, had claimed the accountability for the homicide.

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