Sidhu Moose Wala’s autopsy revealed 24 gunshot wounds on his body, singer cremated today in ancestral village

Punjabi singer-rapper Sidhu Moose Wala, who was shot dead by unidentified assailants on Sunday night, was cremated today in his home village of Moosa, Mansa district. The singer’s father received his son’s body from Mansa Civil Hospital early in the morning on Tuesday. From there, the body was taken to his residence in Mansa.

Several mourners reached the cremation site to pay their last respects. Meanwhile, the singer’s fans have staged protests at various venues to express their grief and anger over the tragic incident.

The ANI news agency published photos of the last rites of the late singer. “The last rites of Punjabi singer and Congress leader Sidhu Moose Wala took place in his home village of Moosa, Mansa district,” the post’s caption read.

According to the latest reports from India Today, 24 gunshot wounds were discovered on Moose Wala’s body during the autopsy. And, the singer’s right elbow was broken due to gunshot wounds. He received maximum bullets to his chest and abdomen while two bullets hit his right leg, officials said.

It is also reported that Punjab Police arrested around 10 men in connection with the murder of Moose Wala, who contested the 2022 Punjab Assembly elections on a Congress ticket.

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Earlier, Moose Wala’s father, Balkaur Singh, wrote to Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann, demanding a CBI investigation into the matter.

“I lost my son to your government’s negligence. His mother always asks me where Shubhdeep is and when he will be back. What should I say? I hope our family gets justice,” reads a statement. part of his letter.

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