In the presence of chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi and state Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu, Punjabi artist Sidhu Moose Wala joined the Congress party in Chandigarh on Friday.
Moose Wala, according to the Punjab Congress chief, is a “young icon” and a “international figure.” “.. Sidhu Moosewala is going to be a part of our family. Navjot Singh Sidhu told reporters, “I welcome him into the Congress fold.”
Channi stated Moose Wala become a “huge artist with his pure hard work and won hearts of millions of people with his songs” while welcoming him into the party fold “.. Moosewala’s full name is Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, and his mother is the village head of Moosa village in Mansa district.
Last year, the Punjab police charged Moose Wala with violating the Arms Act by inciting violence and gun culture in his song “Panj golian” (five bullets). He had already been arrested in another instance after photos of him using an AK-47 rifle at a firing range during the Covid-19 pandemic went viral on social media. Last year, he took part in a farmers’ protest near the Delhi border.
The singer is well-known for successful Punjabi songs like “Legend.” “”Devil,” “Just listen,” “Tibeyan da putt,” “Jatt da muqabala,” “Brown Boys,” and “Hathyar” are just a few examples.
With his still-popular “So high” song, he initially garnered notoriety “, which came out in 2017. In 2018, his name was also listed in the Billboard Canadian Albums.
Punjab Police arrested Moosewala and five police officers in May of last year after a video of the musician shooting at a firing range went popular on social media.
After the video went viral, Gupta ordered a preliminary investigation by the Sangrur Senior Superintendent of Police, which found that the DSP had aided the shooting at the firing range in Badbar village at a time when the entire state was under curfew.