Moose Wala’s father hints at joining politics

Sidhu Moose Wala’s father Balkour Singh hinted at entering politics in order to obtain “justice for his son.”

On Sunday, more than six months after the brutal killing of singer-politician Sidhu Moose Wala, his father Balkour Singh hinted at entering politics in order to obtain “justice for his son.”

While speaking to the Punjabi singer’s fans in Mansa’s village Moosa, he said that one cannot become a leader because of the death of a son, but if he had to become a leader to secure justice for his son, he would not hesitate.

“Sidhu has left because some people misled gangsters, but I don’t want the sons of other Punjab mothers to die because of incorrect information given to gangsters,” he said.

Days after Mansa police interrogated Punjabi singer Babbu Maan in connection with Moose Wala’s murder, Balkour stated that Sidhu had no beef with Maan and that it was simply stage rivalry.

Mansa police questioned Punjabi singers Babbu Maan and Mankirt Aulakh for more than five hours on Wednesday in connection with the death of Moose Wala.

Balkour claimed that his son, through hard work, took over all of the world’s major stages in a short period of time.

“My son started climbing only through his talent, from which many others, including Babbu Maan, started getting jealous. I am not taking the names without any reason out of personal grudges. I lost my son due to the competition among singers. It all started from a show in Dirba and police also registered an Arms Act case against Sidhu even though he had no link with it,” he said.

He claimed that after the murder of Vicky Midhukhera, he took Sidhu to express his condolences to his family, but no one from his family showed up when his son was killed.