There has been a big disclosure in the Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala murder case. If sources are to be believed, the investigation of the SIT of Punjab Police has revealed that before the murder of Sidhu Moosewala, his bulletproof vehicle was also reckoned. The shooters of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi and Goldy Brar had gone to Jalandhar to find out how many MM are the windows of Sidhu Moosewala's car.

According to sources, the shooters had found out whether his bulletproof vehicle had a box at the back. The bulletproof vehicle is made in Jalandhar and Sidhu Moosewala's vehicle was also prepared the same. A fullproof plan was made before the murder of Moosewala. This thing has also come to the fore in the investigation of Delhi Police and the sources of SIT of Punjab Police have told this.

It was already clear in the investigation that in January the shooters had gone to kill Sidhu Moosewala, but when they saw that Moosewala was accompanied by 8 security guards and everyone had an AK-47, the miscreants changed their plan. If sources are to be believed, then a complete plan was prepared that in which bulletproof vehicle the mouse wala drives.


Where was Sidhu Moosewala's vehicle made? Who lives with him? What weapons do they have? If sources are to be believed, therefore Lawrence Bishnoi and Goldie Brar provided state-of-the-art weapons like AN-94 to their henchmen. AN-94 Because even if Sidhu Moosewala is in a bulletproof vehicle, he should be targeted.

The AN-94 assault rifle offers the option of a two-shot burst operation. That is, one after the other, two bullets come out rapidly. There is a difference of microseconds in their exit time. If police sources are to be believed, if the bulletproof vehicle's glass was fired one after the other with this rifle, it would have broken.

Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi is now on 7-day police remand and the police want to get him to uncover one secret.

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