Punjabi Singer Mankirat Aulakh Stopped By NIA From Going To Dubai Suspicious In Sidhu Moosewala Murder Case

NIA Stopped Mankirat Aulakh: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday stopped Punjabi singer Mankirat Aulakh at Mohali’s Shaheed Bhagat Singh International Airport before boarding a flight to Dubai. Earlier, Singer was also questioned about his alleged links with gangster Lawrence Bishnoi after the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Musewala. It is being told that he did not have permission to leave the country.

NIA stops Aulakh from going to Dubai
According to the Hindustan Times report, Singer had reached the airport with five of his friends to take a flight to Dubai. But before taking off, the NIA team stopped him at the airport and took his passport. According to the report, an official has been quoted as saying that the NIA interrogated Aulakh for two hours at its office in Chandigarh and also instructed him not to leave the country without their permission.

Aulakh was going to Dubai for the show
Please tell that Aulakh was going to do a show in Dubai on Friday evening. Later, he also shared a video message on Instagram stating that he was supposed to perform at a show at VII Club in Dubai on Friday but had to cancel it due to some technical reasons. Singer further wrote, “We will soon announce the new dates of the show in two days.”

Aulakh has been interrogated in the case of Musewala’s murder
Aulakh is a suspect in the murder of 28-year-old Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu alias Sidhu Moosewala. Muswela was shot dead on May 29 last year in Mansa district. Canadian gangster Goldie Brar took responsibility for Musewala’s murder. Later in December 2022, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing Musewala’s murder questioned Aulakh in connection with the case.

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