Moose Wale’s obituary ‘Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal’ banned in India – Times of India

BATHINDA: The latest release of the murdered Punjabi singer Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu aka Sidhu Moose nothinga song called SYL, was blocked in India on Sunday. SYL (as for the Sutlej-Yamuna Link channel) was removed from the video streaming platform, and instead the message “This content is not available on this country’s domain due to a legal complaint from the government” is displayed.
The song, released on Thursday, was at the peak of the trend, and before it became unavailable, it exceeded 27 million views and 3.3 million likes. Nearly 5 lakhs watched the world premiere of the song, which was released after the gruesome murder of Moose Wale on May 29 in the village of Jawaharke. The singer’s official YouTube page has 14.8 million subscribers. The song was considered controversial because the video addressed issues ranging from the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, the attack on the Golden Temple and the release of Sikh prisoners. Moose Wala attacked the Aam Aadmi Party in the song, saying he was “melting” fighting the turban.
The song claimed that there was no water to share with any other state and demanded sovereignty for Punjab and the “return” of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh to it. Many also expressed concern over the greeting of the militant group Babbar Khals Balwinder Singh Jattane pro-Khalistan.
However, many Moose Wale fans have expressed dissatisfaction with the song’s removal. “We wanted to hear the song, but it was banned which is wrong. Everyone has the right to ask questions and governments should not interfere, ”said Kewal Singh and Gurinder Singh.
Ban song on the day when Simranjit Singh Mann winning the by-elections was another stepmotherly move with the Sikhs, said Harjinder Singh, a fan of the deceased singer.

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