Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Friday visited the house of Sidhu Moose Wala, days after the Punjabi vocalist was shot dead.
Mr Mann arrived at Moosa town to communicate his sympathies to the family. Weighty police security has been conveyed externally the home of Moose Wala.
Moose Wala was shot dead by a few unidentified attackers in Punjab’s Mansa region on May 29, a day after the state government reduced his security cover. His cousin and a companion, who was going in a jeep with him, were likewise harmed in the assault.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in the state has strongly condemned scaling back vocalist’s security, alongside that for more than 400 different VIPs, in a move that naysayers said was pointed toward scoring political focuses. The party had likewise broadcasted the continue via web-based entertainment.
Moose Wala’s family has additionally attacked the public authority. “How could it matter with the (arrangement of) four people with our child? Will your cash safes be filled at this point? Fill your cash safes,” said his mom Charan Kaur.
A few heads of the AAP have addressed why Moose Wala was going in a vehicle that was not unbeatable and did not have the two watches that were as yet relegated to him.
Mr. Mann’s visit comes a day after he met party chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
The Chief Minister needed to confront the motto yelling dissidents on Friday morning who attempted to prevent him from entering the Moosa town. The Punjab and Haryana High Court was on Thursday informed that the security front of 424 VIPs which was downsized briefly will be reestablished from June 7.