Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday backed the arrest of singer Shree Brar, who was accused of selling gun tradition and glorifying violence in a music video.
In an announcement, Singh mentioned the Punjabi singer’s arrest was “right and justified”.
“Selling gangsterism and gun tradition on this method was completely flawed,” he mentioned.
On Tuesday, Patiala’s Senior Superintendent of Police Vikram Jeet Duggal mentioned Brar’s tune had provocative lyrics, selling violence and anti-social acts to the extent of even offering shelter to criminals and inspiring jail breaks.
Amarinder Singh mentioned the case had been registered appropriately within the matter which associated to an previous tune.
He mentioned the arrest had no reference to the singer”s video in help of the protesting farmers.
Nevertheless, his “good work” now couldn’t condone the adverse affect of his earlier tune encouraging the youth to select up the gun, he mentioned.
The CM mentioned Punjab faces threats from throughout the border.
“We won’t permit the state’s peace to be disturbed in any method,” he mentioned, including that such acts had the potential to take action.
Patiala police had arrested Brar in Mohali close to Chandigarh.