Meanwhile, jailed gangster Lawrence Bishnoi withdrew his petition seeking protection from the Delhi High Court.
New Delhi: Days after the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala, Delhi-based gangster Neeraj Bawana has vowed to take revenge and launch a retaliatory attack.
In a Facebook story doing rounds on social media, his gang has vowed to deliver results in just two days. The message was clear and uploaded by a Facebook profile named Neeraj Bawana Delhi NCR. “Jai Baba ki. Got the tragic news. Sidhu Moosewala was our brother from heart. WIll deliver results in 2 days,” read the FB post.
The post tags Neeraj Bawana who is currently lodged in the Tihar Jail and is facing several cases of murder and ransom. Although it is not clear whether someone from Neeraj Bawan’s gang has written the post but if sources are to be believed, the gangster’s network is spread across Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan.
Meanwhile, jailed gangster Lawrence Bishnoi withdrew his petition seeking protection from the Delhi High Court as he apprehended of getting killed in a fake encounter by Punjab Police. Bishnoi will now move to the High Court of Punjab and Haryana, said sources.
The Delhi Police on Tuesday had taken Bishnoi in its custody in connection with an Arms Act case. This came a day after the Special Cell of the Delhi Police interrogated Bishnoi inside the Tihar Jail over the murder of singer-politician Sidhu Moosewala.
Bishnoi was earlier lodged in a Rajasthan jail and was recently shifted to Delhi in connection with an MCOCA case. Police sources said once in Delhi, he allegedly contacted his associates and tasked Shahrukh to kill Moosewala. However, the plan failed and later Shahrukh was arrested by a team of Delhi Police’s Special Cell.
Meanwhile, hours after he was cremated, the Punjab Police on Tuesday arrested one of the culprits behind the murder of Sidhu Moosewala.
Sources said the arrested was identified as Manpreet Singh Bhau and he was arrested from Uttarakhand. Bhau was produced before a court in Mansa on Tuesday and sent to five days’ police remand.