Punjabi singer Mankirt Aulakh has been surrounded by a lot of controversies from past few months.
Once again recently a case against the singer in Chandigarh District Court has been registered by the lawyer Sunil Mallan.
In the complaint, it has been alleged that Mankirt’s song ‘8 Rafflan’ has defamed the image of the legal community. Furthermore, it has been stated that the song uses ‘abusive’, ‘insulting’ and ‘unparliamentary’ words against the legal community at large and blatantly promotes gun culture. The case hearing will be done today. Also Read : Wedding Bells On The Way For Karan Aujla And Fiancé Palak - See Dreamy Pics Inside!
While talking to a leading daily, Adv. Mallan has shared that the singer was sent a legal notice on May 15, 2021 to which no satisfactory response was received. It has been demanded that the song be deleted from all social media platforms and handles. Also Read : Sufi Singer Jyoti Nooran Accuses Husband Of Harassment And Fraud
The complainant has also stated that the order should be issued with the help of Broadcasting and Information Ministry and compensation should be submitted to advocate welfare fund.
The song was released last year in 2021 which has crossed over 230 million views on Youtube. Also Read : Did You Check Badshah’s Coolest Genie Avatar?
Let us tell you, advocate Sunil Mallan had earlier registered a case against late singer rapper-singer Sidhu Moosewala for his single track, ‘Sanju’ for allegedly defaming lawyers.