SIT Chief meets Sidhu Musewala’s family after Lawrence Bishnoi’s interview on abp | big talk

Lawrence Bishnoi Exclusive Interview: Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi’s interview given to ABP News from jail has created a sensation. Bishnoi denied his involvement in the murder case of Punjabi singer Sidhu Musewala, but spoke openly about his enmity with him. Along with this, the gangster threatened Bollywood actor Salman Khan and said that he should apologize for killing the blackbuck. Meanwhile, after the interview of Lawrence Bishnoi, BJP, Congress and Akali Dal have started besieging the Bhagwant Mann government of Punjab. At the same time, the jail administration says that this interview does not belong to their state. 10 big things-

1. BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa said on Bishnoi’s interview from jail that it raises a big question on the Punjab Police. On one hand there are reports of gang war in the state and on the other hand gangsters are enjoying in the jails of Punjab. Singer Sidhu Musewala’s parents are on the streets. In such a situation, the Punjab government will have to answer. Bishnoi had said that Goldie Brar had killed Musewala.

2. Shiromani Akali Dal President Sukhbir Singh Badal said that it is clear from the interview that Bhagwant Mann does not have the right to continue as the Chief Minister. He said that the Akali Dal is with Musewala’s family. We will try to get justice in this matter. Musewala was murdered on 29 May.

3. Congress MLA from Punjab’s Bholath assembly seat Sukhpal Khaira tweeted that instead of taking strict action against the gangsters, the Mann government is trying to suppress the voice of media, opposition and people. The government should clarify where his interview was taken?

4. After the question was raised, the spokesperson of the jail department said that it is being said that Bishnoi had given the interview from Bathinda jail, but it is not so. Whatever interview came on TV is not of any jail in Punjab. Jail Superintendent ND Negi said that Jammer has been installed in Bathinda Jail. In such a situation, it is not possible that someone can give an interview over the phone.

5. Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi said that Sidhu Musewala had supported the gang that killed Vicky Madhu Kheda. If someone kills our brothers, how can they be spared? After the murder of Vicky, a plan was being made to kill Musewala. Goldie Brar did all this work. Goldie Brar got Musewala murdered. Bishnoi further said that we have not yet taken revenge, we have to take it further.

6. After this interview of Lawrence Bishnoi, IGP Jaskaran Singh, the head of the SIT probing the Musewala murder case, visited Musewala’s house. During this, he told his parents what has happened so far in the case. Jaskaran Singh said that justice will be done.

7. Bishnoi said that Sidhu Musewala was slapping on the stage after the murder of my brother and friend Vicky. Why are you making him a Mahatma? He had lost the election from his own village. Brother Goldie took revenge because of the pain of killing brothers. He killed him by making the whole plan.

8. Lawrence Bishnoi threatened actor Salman Khan and said that he had let down my society. A case was filed against him in the blackbuck case, but he did not apologise. We wanted to apologise. If you don’t do this, you will remove your arrogance. I had threatened the actor in this matter.

9. After this statement of Lawrence Bishnoi, the Mumbai Police swung into action. Salman Khan has been provided with Y+ category security. The Police Commissioner has ordered the Additional Commissioner of the Protection Branch to review Salman Khan’s security and submit a report immediately. After this, the security of Salman can be increased.

10. Lawrence Bishnoi told that Goldie Brar had taken AK-47 from UP smuggler Imran Khurja to kill Sidhu Musewala. Khurja is dead. He further disclosed that the money for making the plan came from businessmen selling liquor in black.

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