Moose Wala Song SYL: After 26 days of Moosewala's death, his new song SYL got released, video gets millions of views- Watch Video

Publish Date: 24 Jun, 2022 |
 

New song was released 26 days after the murder of Punjabi singer and rapper Sidhu Moosewala. This song of Moosewala was released on Thursday evening at 6 pm on the issue of the disputed SYL canal between Punjab-Haryana. So far 1 crore 30 lakh people have seen this song of 4 minutes 9 seconds. In this song, the rights of Punjab have been talked about as well as those who were implicated in false cases and imprisoned for opposing it. Let us inform that Moosewala was shot dead on 29 May in Mansa, Punjab. Gangster Lawrence allegedly took responsibility for his murder.

Mossewala's Songs Always had a Message

Sidhu Moosewala used to give some message to the people in each of his songs. Unlike other Punjabi singers, he had his own fan following. This time too, he composed a song on the decades-long dispute between Punjab-Haryana over the much-discussed Sutlej-Yamuna Link Canal (SYL). In this song of his, Sidhu has told people about this whole controversy. In the beginning of this song of Sidhu, the statement of Aam Aadmi Party's Haryana in-charge Sushil Gupta plays in the background. In which he is talking about getting SYL water to Haryana if his party forms the government in Haryana like Punjab in 2024.

What is SYL Song?

In this video by Sidhu Moosewala, the pride of Punjab and Punjabis has been mentioned. It also shows shots of the march to Delhi during the farmers' movement. Apart from this, the symbol of Sikh society at the Red Fort has also been praised for hoisting the Nishan Sahib. On Wednesday night itself, information about the release of SYL song was given on Sidhu's verified social media account. Moosewala's fans shared this post a lot. 

 

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