Sidhu Moose Wala gets praised by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

Rahat demonstrates, via the act of paying tribute, that art is not constrained by boundaries.

On the first anniversary of Indian rapper Sidhu Moose Wala’s death, famous master Rahat Fateh Ali Khan paid an emotional tribute to the late singer during his live qawwali show. Sidhu Moose Wala was a big deal in the rap world. His fans in India, Canada, and Pakistan loved him a lot.

On May 29, a somber event was held to remember the beloved rapper and representative who was shot and killed by a group of attackers in Mansa district. Khan played Akhian Udeek Diyan in qawwali style during his live show as a tribute to the late rapper Moose Wala.

The town of Jawahar Ke, where Moose Wala grew up, also paid tribute to the late artist. People in the area held services for his son’s memory, and his mother, Charan Kaur, was there. Fans and other members of Congress also paid tribute to the skilled singer. Congress posted a special message on Twitter that said, “UWC (United With Congress) pays respect to our Congressman, Rockstar, Legend Sidhu Moose Wala on the first anniversary of his death. We miss you.”

When Moose Wala was brutally killed in broad daylight, the whole country was shocked. But the case hasn’t been solved yet, and Moose Wala’s father, Balkaur Singh, has said that the government in Punjab, which is run by the Aam Admi Party, hasn’t done enough for his son.

As of January 2023, the investigation into the death of Moose Wala had made a lot of progress. There were FIRs filed against 31 people, and 27 of them were caught and put in jail. But Moose Wala’s family said they were worried because the “real killer” hadn’t been found and brought to justice.

Fans are saddened by the fact that the first anniversary of Moose Wala’s unexpected death is coming up, but his memory lives on, and his music is still loved by fans and followers all over the world.

Written by Shaheer Ahmed


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