Mansa Police had issued a look out notice against Punjabi singers Sidhu Moosewala and Mankirt Aulakh which meant that the singers were not allowed to leave the country without prior permission from the police but now, according to fresh reports, the LOC has been recalled.
A case was registered against both the singers on February 1. They have, reportedly, been granted anticipatory bail which is the reason why the police have recalled the look out notice as well.
On Saturday 1st February, the Punjab Police have said that a case has been registered by them on Punjabi singers Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu aka Sidhu Moosewala and Mankirat Aulakh for allegedly promoting gun culture and violence in a song uploaded on social media. Post the complaint, both the singers had appeared before the Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP, south) Jashandeep Singh Gill to record their respective statements.
On Friday, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh had expressed deep concerns over the propagation of violence and gun culture in Punjabi songs. The chief minister had reiterated his government's firm commitment not to show any sort of complacency towards such singers who allure innocent youths into treading on the path of violence and hooliganism.