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Why gangs became more active in North India after the Moosewala massacre? watch incident

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When Punjabi singer Sidhu Musewala was murdered on May 29, all eyes turned to Lawrence Vishnoi and Goldie Brar. Because it was Lawrence Vishnoi who was threatening to kill Sidhu Musewala from the beginning. Canada immediately after the murder from above…

When Punjabi singer Sidhu Musewala was murdered on May 29, all eyes turned to Lawrence Vishnoi and Goldie Brar. Because it was Lawrence Vishnoi who was threatening to kill Sidhu Musewala from the beginning. Soon after the murder from above, his partner Goldie Brar, sitting in Canada, took the responsibility of Musewala’s murder on social media. By law, it should have happened that after such a big high profile murder, gangs and gangsters would have come to power all over North India including Punjab, police crackdown would have started, there would have been arrests, if any gangster challenges the police, then encounter The same action would have taken place, but the exact opposite happened here. See incident.

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