Sidhu Moose Wala Murder Case: Lawrence Bishnoi Fears That Punjab Police Might Kill Him

New Delhi: The leader of a criminal group that has claimed responsibility for the death of Punjabi musician Sidhu Moose Wala has taken the Punjab Police to court in an attempt to prevent them from detaining him.

Lawrence Bishnoi, the gang boss, has been spending time in Delhi’s Tihar Jail for an organized crime charge under the Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act, or MCOCA, which has very strict bail requirements.

Lawrence Bishnoi said in a petition to Delhi’s Patiala House Court that he should not be turned over to the Punjab Police because he feared being killed in a “encounter.”

Goldy Brar, a member of Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang who lives in Canada, has claimed responsibility for the murder of Sidhu Moose Wala in a Facebook post. While driving his SUV, the musician was shot at least 30 times with an automatic assault rifle.

Lawrence Bishnoi is a former student leader at Delhi University. “How can such a massive murder conspiracy be arranged from jail?” his lawyer asked, denying his involvement.

The murder of Sidhu Moose Wala is suspected to be the result of gang rivalry, according to Punjab Police. Goldy Brar was in contact with someone within Tihar jail, according to investigations.

A crucial suspect was apprehended earlier today in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, by state police and Punjab counterparts in a joint operation.

This suspect was discovered hiding among pilgrims on their way to the mountains for the Hemkund Sahib yatra. Punjab Police have nabbed five more people in addition to the prime suspect from Dehradun.

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