While many were still enjoying the clips of Sidhu's latest show in New Zealand and Auckland, another clip from his Adelaide show is turning things around against him again!
Sidhu Moosewala is again under the scanner of Akal Takht Sahib after the acting Jathedar Giani Harpreet Singh directed the SGPC to act sternly against this Punjabi singer for singing a song with objectionable content.
The SGPC had even got registered a complaint with the Amritsar Police Commissioner against him on September 22, but it was withdrawn after Moosewala submitted an apology. In a letter to the Akal Takht Sahib, Giani Harpreet Singh stated that Sidhu had assured to appear before Akal Takht to admit his guilt, but before that, he committed the same mistake again by singing the same song abroad recently.
Giani Harpreet Singh said, “Despite warning, he didn’t refrain from bringing disgrace to the highly revered Sikh woman Mai Bhago in his song and he is liable to face stern action.”
On the other hand, Sidhu took to his Instagram handle and clarified his stand through a live video. The man blamed the ongoing politics against him for this clip which shows him singing the old version of his song for the film Ardab Mutiyaran that got him into legal trouble because of the use of Sikh Warrior Mai Bhago Ji's reference.
He further said that there are a set number of people, who he even knows, conspiring against him. The clip that has been circulated on the internet is a mix of his Auckland and Adelaide shows. He further said that the song that's played on the DJ in the background is not in his control and when he heard that the DJ played the old version of the song, he immediately asked him to hit the stop button.
Though Sidhu has clarified his stand and everyone does know that the man is gaining popularity with every passing minute, it would not be a surprise if there's actually a dark conspiracy behind this whole situation. But. in case, Sidhu has actually repeated the same mistake, then the man definitely does not deserve an apology this time.
Let's hope that the singer comes out clean.