What Sidhu Moose Wala Postmortem Report Revealed?
The final rites for the famed Indian musician as well as Congress chief Sidhu Moose Wala who was killed in an assassination attempt in Indian Punjab were performed in the town of Mansa district in Punjab in Punjab on Tuesday. Indian press reports state that many of his followers went to the funeral of Sidhu. It is possible to recall by those who know that Sidhu was shot dead by unknown men on Sunday night.
In the account according to the report, Sidhu’s body was brought on his tractor of choice to perform the final funeral rites. His body was transported to his beloved model tractor 5911, frequently used in his songs.
Arrests in the Sidhu MooseWala’s murder trial Punjab police announced on Tuesday the first arrests of the Sidhu murder case. Police also obtained a five-day physical remand for Manpreet from a local court.
Manpreet is from the Faridkot district in Punjab. Indian Express quoted sources as declaring that Manpreet was a part of the attacker Sidhu MooseWala, but he was not among the attackers.
Sidhu Moose Wala Postmortem
As per reports in the Indian publication Hindustan Times, Sidhu Moose Wala was injured on his right elbow after being hit by the impact of a bullet. The report also stated that Sidhu Moose Wala was struck by bullets in the stomach and chest, while two bullets struck his right leg.
According to the news18 website, Punjab authorities say a Russian-made AN-94 weapon was involved in the killing of Sidhu Moose Wala. In the account, it’s the first time the suspects used the Russian-made firearm during a gang war in Punjab. It is worth noting that the AK 47 rifle was the weapon of choice of gangsters in criminal activities prior. An AN-94 rifle is more deadly in comparison to an AK-47.
According to police, the incident was a result of 30 fires fired toward MooseWala and his fellow officers after just 2 minutes. The AN-94 rifle is capable of firing 600 rounds per minute in “two-round burst mode” and 1,800 rounds can be fired in auto mode’ per minute. The magazine for the rifle has a range of 30-45 cartridges.