Moosewala again FIR filed for glorifying guns

The state police are set to move the Punjab and Haryana High Court seeking cancellation of the anticipatory bail granted in an Arms Act case to singer Sidhu Moosewala against whom the Crime Branch filed another case on the charges of promoting gun culture with his latest song “Sanju” which was released on the social media a couple of days ago.ADGP and Director Punjab Bureau of Investigation Arpit Shukla said the singer had been booked as his latest song blatantly glorified the use of weapons.

The singer even boasts about the various FIRs including the one under the Arms Act registered against him.The police will soon file a petition for the cancelation of the anticipatory bail granted to Moosewala by the High Court and he said.Shukla said in the new song Moosewala makes explicit references to the case registered against him and news reports of Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt having been convicted and sentenced for similar offences.

Even CM Capt Amarinder Singh has expressed deep concerns over the propagation of gun culture in Punjabi songs and has given clear directions to the police not to show any relaxation or concession towards such singers he added.Moosewale te dekho hun kehra nava case pe gea ke eh video viral ho reha hai facebook te youtube te.The ADGP said the High Court had already directed the police in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh to ensure that no songs glorifying liquor drugs were played at live shows.

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