The father of late Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala, Balkaur Singh Sidhu, is taking a stand against the law and order situation in Punjab. Sidhu, who was killed in a targeted attack last year, has been a source of controversy in the state, with many pointing to the incident as evidence of the declining security situation.
In a recent statement, Balkaur Singh Sidhu slammed both the state and central government, calling into question their claims that there is no law and order problem in the state. He pointed to the fact that 40 gunmen have been ordered to be deployed with the state’s Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann’s wife as evidence of the perceived threat.
In a bold move, Balkaur Singh Sidhu has announced that he will be driving his son’s bullet-riddled Thar around the streets of Punjab, with a picture of Sidhu’s body displayed prominently. He wants to use this visual representation to show the public the reality of the law and order situation in the state.
The move by Balkaur Singh Sidhu highlights the growing frustration with the government’s handling of security in Punjab. Despite being over ten months since Sidhu’s death, the police have yet to unmask the real killers, leading to questions about the effectiveness of the state’s law enforcement agencies. The incident is a poignant reminder of the ongoing challenges faced by the people of Punjab, and the need for a concerted effort to restore peace and security in the state. The sight of a bullet-riddled vehicle being driven around the streets is sure to be a sobering one, and a stark reminder of the urgent need for action.