Sidhu Moose Wala Murder case: Weapons supplied from across the border

The Delhi Police Special Cell received information from the arrested that the weapons used to kill acclaimed Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala were supplied to them from across the Border.

In newer developments in the Sidhu Moose Wala murder Investigation, it turns out that the Delhi Police Special Cell received information from the arrested accused that the weapons used in the murder of Sidhu Moose Wala were supplied to them from across the Border.

Along with the arrest of two sharpshooters and a module head yesterday. Three pistols, one assault rifle,  eight high explosive grenades. Moreover, a grenade launcher, nine electric detonators. As well as one part of the AK47 series of rifles were also recovered during the investigation.

According to the police, Fauji (one of the arrested shooters) received a consignment of weapons. Thus, from Pakistan. Which was sent via a drone. The arms were given as a ‘contingency arrangement’ in case the shooters were unsuccessful in killing Sidhu Moose Wala.

In other news, Punjabi singer Diljit Dosanjh dedicated his Vancouver Concert to the singer. He shared a glimpse of the performance on Instagram along with the Caption “one love”. In the video, there is a text ‘This show is Dedicated to Our Brothers’. Written on a digital banner in the background. Diljit also subtly warned those who are targeting Punjabis. And Moose Wala’s memory, saying, “Moose Wala’s name is written on hearts, it will take a lot to wipe it off.”

 

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