Pakistan | Pakistan: Police arrested 15-year-old fan of Sidhu Musewala

Photo – Instagram Lahore. A 15-year-old boy, a fan of late Indian singer Sidhu Musewala, has been arrested in Pakistan’s Punjab province for inviting people for aerial firing on social media to mark the first death anniversary of the Punjabi singer. The police gave this information on Tuesday. Police said Sharjeel Malik uploaded a poster of Moosewala on his Facebook page and invited people for aerial firing on the singer’s first death anniversary at his residence in Okara, about 130 km from Lahore. Police said the poster invited people to remember the late Punjabi singer and fire in the air like he (Moosewala) used to do. It is noteworthy that Musewala used to praise guns in his songs and music videos. “Malik’s neighbor lodged a complaint with the local police station and informed about Malik’s plan to celebrate Moosewala’s death anniversary at his residence on May 29 and fire in the air,” said police officer Aslam Shahid. Shahid said, “The social media post of Malik was also attached in the complaint, on which the police took action and arrested him on Sunday, a day before the scheduled program.” He said the juvenile was released after a written apology and his father gave an undertaking that his son would not indulge in such activities. Significantly, the real name of Musewala was Shubhdeep Singh. On May 29 last year, Musewala was shot dead by six assailants in Jawaharke village in Mansa district of the Indian state of Punjab. (agency)

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