Shocking revelation in Sidhu Moose Wala's post-mortem report, was alive 15 minutes after being shot

Sidhu Moose Wala Murder:

The preliminary post-mortem report of singer Sidhu Moose Wala has revealed that he died 15 minutes after being shot and 19 bullets were fired at him by the assailants. 

According to Sidhu Moose Wala’s postmortem report, the Punjabi singer died due to “Haemorrhagic shock which is due to antemortem firearm injuries described and sufficient to cause death in the ordinary course of nature.”

Sidhu Moose Wala was shot dead on May 29 (Sunday) in the Mansa district of Punjab. As per initial reports, he suffered multiple injuries and excessive bleeding was the main reason behind his death. The nature of the weapon of force used is gun. The report said the time between injury and death was 15 minutes.

On Sunday, 19 bullets hit Sidhu Moose Wala, who was traveling with two others in his Thar. He was taken to the hospital, but was declared brought dead. The incident happened just a day after the Punjab Police reduced his security.

However, Punjab DGP VK Bhavra said that the singer still has two security personnel, but he did not take them with him and also he was not traveling in his bulletproof vehicle. Hours after the murder, Canada-based gangster Goldie Barr claimed responsibility for the act. Brar is a close associate of dreaded gangster Lawrence Bishnoi.

The Punjab Police on Wednesday reconstituted a six-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) to expedite the investigation in the murder case. The SIT will be headed by Additional DGP Pramod Ban of Anti-Gangster Task Force (AGTF).

After Brar took over the responsibility, the Special Cell of Delhi Police interrogated Lawrence Bishnoi, lodged in Tihar Jail. Also, a day after the murder, the Punjab Police detained six people from Uttarakhand. Later, a man (Manpreet Singh) was arrested and sent to five-day police custody.

The Punjab Police has registered an FIR against unknown persons under sections 302, 307 and 341 of the Indian Penal Code and sections 25 and 27 of the Arms Act.


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