Punjabi Singer & Constable Kuljit Singh Rajeana Booked For Promoting Gun Culture!

Renowned Punjabi singer Kuljit Singh Rajeana has been booked by Punjab police for promoting gun culture in his recently released song on YouTube. Surprisingly, the singer is himself posted as a constable in Punjab police in Moga district. Notably, he has been booked under IPC section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant). 

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Earlier, on Saturday, Punjab DGP Gaurav Yadav gave time of 72 hours to the public to delete any social media posts glorifying firearms. This deadline was set two weeks after the state’s arms licences were reviewed and songs that promoted gun culture and violence were outlawed. In addition, the Bhagwant Mann government also outlawed the promotion of gun culture and violence in songs and other promotional media.

However, singer Kuldeep Singh Rajeana has been booked by Punjab police after his new song was released on YouTube. Reportedly, the police asserted that Kuljit’s promoter posted his song “Mahakaal” with lyrics endorsing gun culture on YouTube on Wednesday. Though the video was taken down from YouTube after the FIR was registered. 

Though, as per the media reports, Kuljit claimed that neither he nor his promoters were aware that the song had been posted online and that the ban had been issued. Furthermore, he added that the song has now been taken down from YouTube.

Moreover, the song was found to be in violation of the directives provided by the state government. Since it promoted gun culture, according to Moga Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Gulneet Singh Khurana, “There has been a case filed against Kuljit, he would also face departmental action as he himself is a constable in Punjab Police.”

In the past few months, many violence cases were reported in Punjab, after which the opposition slammed the state government, claiming that the law and order situation is collapsed. Moreover, the Bhagwant Mann government’s action against promotion of gun culture is seen as a big major taken to control violence in the state.

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