Parents of Sidhu Moosewala’s ex-manager Shaganpreet Singh seek security, move HC | Punjab


Chandigarh, February 9: Parents of Shaganpreet Singh, the former manager of slain Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala, have moved to Punjab and Haryana High Court, seeking protection of life and liberty.

Following the filing of the plea, the High Court issued a notice to the state government and asked it to submit its reply by February 20.

Shaganpreet’s parents, in the plea, have cited the potential threat from gangsters Lawrence Bishnoi and Satwinder Singh alias Goldy Brar.

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The petitioners, Daljeet Kaur and Sudager Singh have stated that their son’s name was not mentioned in the FIR filed for the murder of Vicky Middukhera, nor did it surface during the investigation into the subsequent killing.

He (Shaganpreet) left for Australia on April 6, 2022.

“The family have certain rites and rituals to perform at their house in India and therefore are willing to come back. However, they apprehend serious threat due to the fact that their son, namely Shaganpreet, has been receiving death threats too and hence are seeking protection as their lives are also in danger,” the plea stated.

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