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Villagers Pay Tribute To Singer Sidhu Moosewala On His Death Anniversary

Emotional scenes unfolded as his mother attended the memorial prayers, expressing gratitude to the villagers for honoring her son's memory.

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Punjabi singer-politician Sidhu Moosewala
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In a poignant tribute, prayers were held at Jawahar Ke village in Mansa district on Sunday to mark the first death anniversary of renowned Punjabi singer-turned-politician, Shubhdeep Singh, popularly known as Sidhu Moosewala. Sidhu Moosewala was tragically shot dead by a group of assailants in the village on May 29 last year, leaving a void in the hearts of his fans and the local community.

According to the reports by Indian Express,The residents of Jawahar Ke village came together to organize a Sukhmani Sahib path, a sacred prayer recital, to honor the memory of Moosewala. Emotions ran high as Moosewala's mother, Charan Kaur, joined the prayers. Overwhelmed by grief, she knelt down, touching the ground where her son's life was cruelly taken away. She then proceeded to express her gratitude to the villagers for arranging the prayers in remembrance of her beloved son.

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Gurjit Singh, a resident of the village, shared their plans to erect a statue and build a memorial on the land near the spot where Moosewala was fatally shot. As a testament to their love and admiration for the late singer, the community organized a langar (community kitchen) and chabeel (sweet water service) in his memory. Additionally, they continue to hold a tea langar every week to honor his legacy.

While the villagers strive to keep Sidhu Moosewala's memory alive, they have made it clear that they do not seek or accept monetary contributions in his name. Any actions taken to commemorate him are self-funded, and they kindly request the public not to donate money if approached.

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The somber anniversary event served as a powerful reminder of the enduring impact Sidhu Moosewala had on the village and beyond, leaving behind cherished memories and a lasting legacy.

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