Punjabi Star Dhillon Preet Booked By Punjab Police For Promoting Gun Culture!

The Bhagwant Mann government has been taking strict action against the promotion of gun culture in songs and other promotional media. After Jalandhar’s famous “Kullhad Pizza” couple was booked for promoting gun culture in their social media post, now famous Punjabi star Dhillon Preet has been booked for allegedly promoting gun culture. Moreover, the Mann government seems leaving no stone unturned to take strict action in the matter. 

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Dhillon Preet is one of the most popular Punjabi star who captivated thousands of fans’ hearts with his talent. He is a well-known model and influencer who has appeared in several incredible Punjabi music videos. When Singh appears on television, his attractive looks instantly transfix the viewers as he enjoys being in front of the camera. 

Notably, popular videos like Hatt Ja Pass, 420, LALKARE, Jealousy and Scorpio, are one of the topmost videos featuring Dhillon Preet. Additionally, he is even popular on social media, having a massive fanbase on Instagram and Facebook as well! However, now he has been booked by the Punjab police in an action against the promotion of violence and gun culture in songs and other promotional media. 

Recently, the Ludhiana police booked singer-music producer Tari Kasapuria, the owner of Love Music Company, was booked by the Punjab Police for promoting gun culture in his newly released song “32 bore”. As we all know, Punjab experienced a number of gang wars and shootout incidents in recent months, including the murder of singer and politician Sidhu Moose Wala and Shiv Sena leader Sudhir Suri as well!  

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. Furthermore, the government seems to leave no stone unturned in action against the promotion of gun culture.

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