Case registered against singga’s song Still Alive
Chandigarh : Punjabi singer Singga is facing a case related to his new song. A case has been filed against singer Manpreet alias Singga for promoting obscenity and weapons in his song. This case was filed based on a complaint by Amandeep Sahota, the head of the Bhim Rao Youth Force. The complainant stated that the singer, also known as Singga, who hails from Jaganiwala village in Hoshiarpur district, has previously released many songs promoting weapons. According to him, the lyrics of this new song contain explicit content that may not be appreciated by civilized society. The complainant has lodged his complaint with the SSP of Kapurthala.
Controversy Surrounding New Song “Still Alive” –
Approximately nine months ago, Singga’s official YouTube channel released a song titled “Still Alive.” In this song, Singga used lyrics that glorify weapons and also included certain explicit words that promote obscenity in society. Amandeep Sahota filed a complaint specifically concerning this song. In this case, the police have named Singga, producer Big B, director Amandeep Singh, Varun Verma, Sonu Gill (Director of Photography), and Jatin Arora (song editing) as the accused.
The police have registered a case under sections 294 and 120 B of the Indian Penal Code. It’s noteworthy that Singga and his associate Jaggie (Jagpreet Singh), had previously faced a case based on a viral video under sections 336 of the IPC and the Arms Act. In that case, the court had granted Singga interim bail.