NIA has made a big disclosure in famous Punjabi singer Siddhamuselwala murder case. According to the NIA, a Pakistani person had provided weapons to kill Sidhu Musewala. NIA has identified the Pakistani national. Know about the case in detail.
There has been a big disclosure in the murder case of Punjabi singer Sidhu Musewala. According to sources in the National Investigation Agency probing the case, the weapons used in the Moosewala murder case came from Pakistan. Arms smuggler named Hamid of Pakistan had supplied these weapons. According to sources, Hamid lives in Dubai.
The murder took place on May 29 last year
Musewala, 29, was shot dead by gangsters near his native village in Mansa district in broad daylight on May 29 last year, less than 24 hours after the government cut security. There was continuous firing on Musewala and his two companions for 2 minutes and 30 seconds. It was earlier said that an AK-47 rifle was used in the crime.
Firing was done from assault rifle AN-94
An assault rifle AN-94 was also included in the three weapons from which bullets were fired at Moosewala. Intelligence agencies were also baffled by the use of this weapon, as this assault rifle has been used only by the armed forces. According to sources, Hamid had supplied weapons to a Bulandshahr resident henchman of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang.
Musewala had a foreign pistol
Singer Musewala always had a 45 bore foreign pistol with him. But the accused did not even give the singer a chance to use the foreign pistol. The accused first fired bullets at Musewala’s head and forehead. The accused fired continuously at Sidhu’s car from the front and the driver’s side. Musewala got two bullets on the head, three bullets on the chest and hand.