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Punjab Assembly pays tribute to Sidhu Moosewala

Paying tributes to the famous Punjabi Singer, the House said Moosewala carved a niche for himself in the vast field of music and entertainment.

Statesman News Service | Chandigarh |

The Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, on Friday, led the Punjab Assembly in paying tribute to popular Punjabi singer Shubhdeep Singh alias Sidhu Moosewala who was shot dead on 29 May.

Paying tributes to the famous Punjabi Singer, the House said Moosewala  carved a niche for himself in the vast field of music and entertainment.

On the first day of the Budget Session, the House also paid tribute to eminent personalities, freedom fighters and political personalities who had passed away since the last session of the Assembly.

The House paid respects to former ministers Hardipinder Singh Badal and Jathedar Tota Singh besides former legislators Sukhdev Singh Sukhladhi and Shingara Ram Sahungra.

The House also paid tribute to the freedom fighters Tara Singh, Swarn Singh, Crora Singh and Sukhraj Singh Sandhawalia, who played a pivotal role in emancipating the country from the clutches of British imperialism.

Meanwhile, the House also paid homage to mountaineer Gurcharan Singh Bhangu Arjun Awardee who was bestowed this prestigious award in 1965 for successfully climbing the highest peak of the World, Mount Everest and great Athlete Hari Chand Arjun Awardee who brought laurels for country in field of athletics .

House also paid homage to former junior vice president of SGPC and eminent Sikh personality principal Surinder Singh.

A two-minute silence was observed in the memory of departed souls as a mark of respect during the obituary references.