Famous Punjabi singer Jaani has received death threats. Jani’s family has left the country and now Jani has written a letter to Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann seeking protection. The singer says that he is receiving death threats. Because of this they are leaving Punjab.Talking to ‘ABP Common’, Jani’s manager Dilraj confirmed that he has sought security from Punjab Police and Jani should be given security. This letter was sent by Jani to Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, ADGP (Security) Punjab Police and Mohali SSP has been written. In the letter, Jani has written that he has been working for the Punjabi film industry and music industry for many years.
Jaani wrote that, “I and my manager Dilraj Singh Nanda are receiving threats on phone from gangsters and anti-social elements. Due to these threats, I have shifted my family from here to abroad.” Jani has also mentioned the death of Sidhu Moosewala in this letter. He said, “Because of my work, sometimes I have to go out for shooting. It is very difficult to go out in such a situation.”
After the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala, influential personalities in the state are receiving death threats, including many politicians and Bollywood actors. Earlier, Punjabi singers had left Punjab after receiving death threats from gangstersIn this regard, Jani wrote a letter to Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, in which he said that he has been receiving threats for a long time. Due to which he and his family are going through mental stress.It is known that recently Jani had a terrible accident in Mohali, in which he narrowly escaped.