Two members of the Lawrence Bishnoi-Goldy Brar gang were detained by the Delhi Police Special Cell on Monday. One of the two gunmen who killed Sidhu Moose Wala was a criminal by the name of Ankit.
Ankit Sirsa is the youngest gunman responsible for the murder of Sidhu Moose Wala. The “primary shooter” in the killing, according to the authorities, was him.
He is one of the gunmen who killed Moose Wala on May 29 in Jawaharke village, Mansa district, Punjab. Additionally, he was connected to other brutal murder attempt instances in Rajasthan.
The other accused Sachin Bhiwani was responsible for harbouring four of the shooters of the Sidhu Moosewala case.
The two suspects were arrested by the Delhi Police close to Kashmere Gate Bus Stand. They were found to be in possession of two mobile phones with a dongle and a SIM card, a 9 MM bore handgun with ten rounds, a.30 MM bore pistol with nine cartridges, three Punjab Police uniforms, and other items.
Two sharpshooters, Priyavrat Fauji and Kuldeep alias Kashish, were taken into custody by the Delhi Police on June 20 from the Khari-Mithi Road in the Baroi hamlet in Gujarat’s Kutch region. Both of the suspects admitted during their interrogation in custody that they had relocated 58 times following the event before being apprehended.
According to HGS Dhaliwal, commissioner of the Delhi Police Special Cell, shooters Ankit and Deepak rode in the Bolera with Priyavrat Fauji and Kashish and stopped Moose Wala’s car from behind while Jagroop and Manpreet Mannu attacked the singer’s car from the front.
The weapons and ammo used in the singer’s murder were brought about an hour before to the occurrence by some motorcycle-borne unidentified males, Fauji said during questioning. The assassins, according to a Delhi Police officer, were in contact with Canadian mobster Goldy Brar, who was providing them orders using internet phones.
Delhi police had earlier arrested three from Kutch in Gujarat. The accused were identified as Priyavrat alias Fauji (26), a resident of Sonipat in Haryana, Kashish (24), also from the state’s Jhajjar district, and Keshav Kumar (29), a resident of Bhatinda in Punjab.