Jalandhar’s famous “kulhad pizza” couple has been booked by Punjab police for promoting gun culture on their social media pages. As per the information, Roop Kaur and Sehaj Arora shared a video of themselves along with weapons. However, as soon as the post went viral, the Punjab police took a note and booked the couple under IPC section 188, according to ADCP Aditya.
Notably, apart from the couple, a youth living at Dashmesh Avenue has also been booked for posing with pistols in his Snapchat post. This is seen as a big action by the Bhagwant Mann government against the raising gun culture in Punjab. Recently, the Punjab government announced ban on promotion of gun culture and violence in songs and other promotional media.
Recently, the Ludhiana police booked singer-music producer of song “32 Bore”. Reportedly, Tari Kasapuria, the owner of Love Music Company, has been booked by the Punjab Police for promoting gun culture in his newly released song “32 bore”. Moreover, the government seems to leave no stone unturned in action against the promotion of gun culture.
Punjab experienced a number of gang wars and shootout incidents in recent months, including the murder of singer and politician Sidhu Moose Wala. Moreover, numerous questions had been raised against the Mann government over Punjab’s law and order situation. However, not just the ban on promotion of gun culture, the state government will also review the weapon licences over the next three months in an effort to ensure that the implementation of the ban is flawless.
Not just the brutal murder of renowned singer Sidhu Moose Wala, but recently, when Shiv Sena leader Sudhir Suri was shot dead in broad daylight, the opposition once again questioned the administration of the Bhagwant Mann government, claiming that the law and order situation in Punjab has been deteriorated. Moreover, the action against publicising gun culture in songs and other promotional media is seen as one of the major steps taken by the state government to overcome the loopholes in the law and order situation.