Singer Sidhu Moose Wala’s household organised an Antim Ardas ceremony on Wednesday. Thousands of individuals had been noticed outdoors the venue.

Singer Sidhu Moose Wala was shot useless on May 29, 2022. On Wednesday, his members of the family organised an Antim Ardas ceremony (the last prayer) for him. The ceremony of antim areas is to pay tribute after the cremation. Sidhu’s physique was introduced to his house in Moosa village amid tight safety on May 31, from a civil hospital in and a funeral ceremony befell on that day.

Sidhu’s Antim Ardas befell at Baharli Anaj Mandi in Mansa. A couple of footage from the ceremony had been shared on-line. In the images, Sidhu’s photographs in flower-loaded frames are seen.

In one other image, Sidhu’s father and his shut family are seen sitting contained in the venue. Photos from outdoors the venue reveals hundreds of individuals outdoors the venue. A ‘langar’ ceremony (meals distribution) was additionally held.

Photos from Sidhu Moose Wala’s antim areas.

Sidhu was shot useless by unidentified assailants in Jawaharke village of Punjab’s Mansa district on May 29. The incident befell a day after his safety was withdrawn by the Punjab police amongst 424 others. Earlier, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, former Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan Sachin Pilot visited Sidhu’s home and met the singer’s household to specific grief.

Notably, Sidhu’s physique had 19 bullet accidents and he died inside quarter-hour of being shot, in accordance to the autopsy report, which additionally said that the reason for his dying was “haemorrhage shock” due to antemortem firearm accidents.

The Punjab Police on Tuesday stated that they’ve arrested eight folks thus far in reference to the homicide. They have been held on the fees of offering logistic assist, conducting recce and harbouring the shooters of the singer, stated police. Police additionally stated they’ve recognized 4 shooters who had been concerned within the crime. Those arrested have been recognized as Sandeep Singh, alias Kekda, of Sirsa, Haryana; Manpreet Singh, alias Manna, of Talwandi Sabo, Bathinda; and Manpreet Bhau of Dhaipai, Faridkot.

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