Deepak Mundi Sent to Police Remand: In the murder case of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala, a Mansa court has sent sixth shooter Deepak Mundi and his two associates to seven-day police remand. The Special Cell of Punjab and Delhi Police jointly conducted a joint operation, under which Deepak Mundi and two of his associates Kapil Pandit and Rajendra alias Joker were arrested.
Deepak Mundi was part of the Haryana module of shooters, which killed the singer. All three were caught from the West Bengal-Nepal border. After this, the three accused were brought to Mansa on Sunday i.e. this morning and were presented in the court. All three were airlifted to Mohali and kept in Kharar CIA police station.
In fact, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the Musewala murder case had sought 10-day remand to interrogate the accused to find out where they had stayed and how they had been involved in the crime for more than three months. After doing this, he was successful in escaping from the police.
Mundi was in touch with Goldie Brar
An official with knowledge of the matter said that Mundi was in direct contact with the mastermind Canadian gangster Satwinder Singh alias Goldie Brar through some online apps. He said that they were planning to flee the country via Nepal and some fake passports were also recovered from them. Meanwhile, Brar claimed that the three, including Mundi, were arrested by the Nepal Police and not the Delhi or Punjab Police.
Musewala was killed on May 29
Let us tell you that on May 29, Moosewala was shot dead by six shooters when he along with his cousin and a friend was on his way to Jawaharke village in Mansa, 10 km from his native village Musa. Brar, a member of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang, had claimed responsibility for the murder. At the same time, the SIT of Punjab Police, in its 1,850-page chargesheet against 24 accused, has written that Moosewala’s murder was a part of a long chain of revenge between the Bishnoi and Bambiha gangs.
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