Punjabi singer Sidhu Musewala can be seen behind the bars of the jail anytime. On Monday, the police have added a non-bailable section in the cases registered after firing on Mussewala with a police rifle. Police has imposed the Arms Act in the case. In such a situation, if Singer is arrested, he may have to go to jail.
Actually, singer Sidhu Musewala had fired from AK-47 at the shooting range in Dhanaula of Barnala district in the past curfew. He was accompanied by police personnel. Barnala police had registered a case against Musewala and 5 police employees. Then 24 hours later, after the second video of firing in Ladda Kothi in Sangrur, a violation of curfew 188 and a second case under the Disaster Management Act was registered at Dhuri Police Station. In the case, including Musewala, a sub-inspector, two head constables, two constables and others were involved. Later, when the matter came to notice, DGP Dinkar Gupta suspended DSP Headquarters Daljit Singh Virk of Sangrur and five other police personnel.
Now in this case, the Sangrur Police has also added the non-bailable sections of the Arms Act to sections 25 and 30 in the case already registered. In this regard, SSP Dr. Sandeep Garg believes that the investigation of the case has revealed that the Mussewala and police employees have also violated the Arms Act.