Sidhu Moosewala’s father says ‘will campaign for Raja Warring & Charanjit Channi’; pays obeisance at Golden Temple

Balkaur Singh Sidhu and Charan Kaur reached the Golden Temple in Amritsar to pay their obeisance and pray for justice in Moosewala's murder case

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Late Punjabi artist Sidhu Moosewala’s father Balkaur Singh Sidhu and mother Charan Kaur reached the Golden Temple in Amritsar to pay obeisance. Balkaur Singh told the media that he had come to attain Guru ji's blessing and gave his reasoning as to why he will not be contesting the Lok Sabha elections 2024. He also fondly remembered his son Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu a.k.a. Sidhu Moosewala, and said that he wished for justice in Moosewala’s murder.

 

Talking about the elections, Balkaur Singh said that he chose not to contest as he had just welcomed a new addition to the family. Rumours were circulating that Balkaur Singh could likely contest the Lok Sabha seat from Bathinda independently, however he did not make any announcement. He said that he needed to dedicate his time towards taking care of his family and business. However, he said that he will campaign for Ludhiana Lok Sabha Candidate Amarinder Singh Raja Warring and Jalandhar LS Candidate Channi as he is close with them. It is pertinent to note here that his son Sidhu had contested the Punjab Legislative Assembly polls from the Mansa constituency on the Congress ticket but lost. 

 

Balkaur Singh also said that he also prayed for justice for his son’s unjust killing. He said that the Law & Order situation in Punjab is not doing very well at the moment. It is a shame that the real culprits in Moosewala’s murder have not yet been apprehended. When asked if he still listens to Moosewala’s music, he said that when he hears his son’s voice, a lump forms in his throat and his own voice goes soft as he grieves his loss. He said that he does often see Sidhu’s performances to remember him.


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