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This Punjabi Gangster BRAGGED About Killing A Man On FB And Received ‘Likes’ And ‘Views’

In our country, there are certain factions who seem to have no regard for the law. They are often untouchable by the authorities and consider themselves above the law. What’s more, they tend to have a warped sense of justice which leads them to commit terrible crimes. Being untouchable, these guys may even take to social media to brag about their latest “activities”.

Most recently, a gangster from Punjab, Dalvinder Singh alias Babli Randhawa, posted a collection of live videos on Facebook bragging about killing his ‘rival’, Hardev Singh, a 25-year-old financier from Sangrur. 


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The videos have garnered viewers in the thousands within one single night.

In the first video, Dalvinder is seen mouthing the lyrics of some Punjabi rap songs. Here’s what the lyrics translate to.

“JAT FIRED AT HIS RIVAL IN HIS SENSES.”
“I DON’T CALL MY ACT A MISTAKE. I HAVE EARNED THIS RIVALRY.”

Following that, his second video explains why he killed Hardev in which he makes the following comment.  

“THIS IS JUST A TRAILER BY MY BROTHERS. ‘THE END’ OF THIS MOVIE IS TOO FAR.”
Furthermore, he goes on to call such incidents a regular affair. WTF?!

According to eyewitnesses, a group of five gangsters led by Dalvinder Singh confronted Hardev in the market at 10 am and pumped five bullets into his head.


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After ensuring that he was dead, the gangsters danced around the body in celebration.

Senior superintendent of police Inderbir Singh said that they have launched a manhunt in order to nab Dalvinder. They are trying to trace the gangster’s location through the videos he uploaded. 


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Hindustan Times Punjab has uploaded the complete video of Balvinder explaining why he killed Hardev.


And here’s the rap song video.

It’s shocking how so many people in our country get away with so many heinous crimes. So much so that they feel confident enough to brag about their crimes on social media. Let’s not allow such people to carry on unchecked. When the police nab this guy, a stern example must be set. Enough with the people thinking of themselves to be above the law. Being a gangster is NOT COOL. Get that straight in your head before anyone decides to take “inspiration” from such actions.
Let’s make India the democracy that it was meant to be.
News Source: Hindustan Times

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