“Never Paid Money For Ticket, My Son Was A Celebrity”: Moose Wala’s Father

Expelled Congress leader Kamaljit Singh Brar’s allegations that PPCC chief Amrinder Singh Raja Warring took ₹10 crore from late Sidhu Moose Wala, sparked a major controversy. Though Raja Warring himself denied these claims, however, now Moose Wala’s father Balkaur Singh has slammed Brar over his allegation, stating that his son didn’t give any money to Raja Warring. 

“He was a celebrity, one of the most famous singers! All the parties were offering him the candidature, however, it was his decision to choose Congress and contest from Mansa,” said Moose Wala’s father. Notably, Balkaur Singh, Moose Wala’s father, vehemently denied Kamaljit Singh Brar’s allegations. 

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Kamaljit Singh Brar was expelled from the Congress party on November 27. The expelled Congress leader had been attacking the PPCC chief Amarinder Singh Raja Warring since his dismissal from the party. Surprisingly, he stated, “Raja Warring took ₹10 crore from Sidhu Moose Wala to give him the assembly ticket from Mansa.” However, Raja Warring replied, “It’s all Brar’s frustration, all these allegations are baseless.” 

Meanwhile, according to Balkaur Singh, his son has never used to manage his finances. “He never kept track of his finances. For him, I used to do it. He would take money from me for his regular expenses despite not even having the habit of keeping a wallet in his pocket. Even Sidhu wouldn’t have given so much money to anyone without my permission, we have never given any money to Warring,” claimed Balkaur Singh, Moose Wala’s father. 

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Moose Wala contested as Congress candidate from Mansa assembly in Punjab assembly elections 2022, but faced a humiliating defeat from Dr. Vijay Singla of the Aam Aadmi Party (the expelled minister) by a margin of 63,323 votes. Moose Wala had attributed his defeat to “traitors” in a song tloohat he later released. Unfortunately, on May 29, he was brutally shot dead in his native village, after which the Bishnoi gang claimed responsibility for his murder.

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