—Noted Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala who courted several controversies in past, has come up with his new song on the farmers’ stir going on at New Delhi against three farm laws of the Union government of India, in which he hailing Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his aides, who attained martyrdom in June 1984 while defending the holiest Sikh shrine Sri Harmandar Sahib and highest Sikh temporal seat Sri Akal Takht Sahib.
This is a video song released on YouTube yesterday. The title of the new song is ‘Punjab (My motherland)’ that has been watched by 2.4 million of people in 23 hours on YouTube. This is widely being shared over social media.
This song begins with a portion of historic speech delivered by noted Sikh thinker late Bharpoor Singh Balbir, that underlines need of the political power for the Sikhs. It is followed by an old video that shows Sant Bhindranwale walking and pay obeisance at Sri Harmandar Sahib along with his comrades. Following is the main words of the song:
“Keh Keh K Badle Lainda, Mainu Punjab Kehande aa
Delhi Vee Nap Lainda, Mainu Punjab Kehande aa”
It is noteworthy that Moose Wala has 6.65 subscribers on YouTube.
Hailing from Moosa, a village in Punjab’s Mansa district, he has been hitting the headlines regularly over controversies. However, his new song sung to promote the cause of farmers agitating against the union government to get the draconian laws rolled back is being welcomed.
Link of the song is given below: