Moosewala Murder Case: ‘Planned to kill disguised as Policemen’ says accused but changed plan due to THIS
A shocking revelation has come to light in Sidhu Moosewala case as revealed by an accused during interrogation by the police-
A shocking revelation came to light in Sidhu Moosewala’s murder case as an accused in the case revealed the numerous plans that they had concocted to carry out the Punjabi Singer’s assassination. Keshav, a resident of Awa Basti, Bathinda, and accused in Moosewala’s murder case revealed in an investigation that the shooters Priyavart Fauji and Deepak Mundi had practiced the assassination in deserted fields with AK-47s and a grenade launcher. Most notably, he revealed that it was initially planned to disguise themselves as Policemen to carry out the killing but the plan was scrapped because they were unable to find two complying women, according to the accused.
Sources inform that the shooters had anticipated heavy police security for Sidhu, due to which, Goldy Brar armed the shooter with loads of pistols and AKs. Together, Jaggu Bhagwanpuria’s shooter Manpreet Manna and Jagroop Rupa along with 3 others had planned to visit Sidhu at his house disguised as Policemen. The plan was in motion as the accused had even bought the uniforms but they did not fit. Furthermore, the accused revealed that two women were to accompany the “policemen” as journalists but they were a no-show.
According to sources, when the plan was made to kill Moosewala by posing as fake policemen and involving the girls as journalists in the scheme, all the other accused stayed in a room at night in a deserted place in the fields of Sakta Kheda village of Dabwali. There all the accused fired and checked their pistols and AK-47, also a grenade launcher according to the arrested.
The shooters then went in a Scorpio and Bolero cars. As told by Keshav to the police, when all the accused left the fields and went towards Mansa, there were also 3 Punjabi boys and shooters Manpreet Singh Manna and Jagroop Rupa in the Scorpio. Whereas, Priyavart Fauji, Keshav, Deepak Mundi, Kashish alias Kuldeep and Ankit were traveling in the second Bolero vehicle.
Shubhdeep Singh a.k.a Sidhu Moosewala was shot dead by multiple assailants on 29 May 2022. Goldie Brar, a Canada-based gangster, active in Punjab, claimed responsibility for the killing, which the police said was the culmination of an inter-gang rivalry.