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You're lucky: Gangster brags on Facebook after shooting Punjabi singer

15 April 2018, 12:49 | Myron Mathis

Punjabi singer Parmish Verma shot admitted to hospital in Mohali

Punjabi singer Parmish Verma shot admitted to hospital in Mohali

The incident took place on the intervening night of Friday and Saturday, when Parmish was returning home in Mohali with his friend Kulwant, after a performance at a mall in Chandigarh.

Parmish Verma came to fame after his song "Gaal Nahin Kadhnai".

Parmish was shot last night at Sector 91 in Mohali when he was returning home.

Mohali SSP Kuldeep Singh Chahal reportedly said that they are investigating the matter and scrutinising the CCTV footage. According to police reports, the popular singer was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital in Mohali, where he is now undergoing treatment.


A case has been registered in this regard, the police investigation is underway. The post has already been shared 41 times. Dhalan uploaded a picture on Facebook of him holding a gun with another picture of Parmish Verma with a cross drawn on it.

Later in the day, a gangster Dilpreet Singh Dhaha owed up to the shooting and bragged about it on his Facebook profile.

Mein dilpreet singh dhahan sariya nu dasna chaunda k ajj parmish verma de goliya bazian apa mariya. A police source said Verma's knee was injured in the firing. It was also not clear why Mr Verma was attacked either. Police officials are also suggesting that at this preliminary stage, claims of the Nehra group seem stronger. Dhahan said that Verma had 'tried his best to escape, but eventually suffered.' The gangster also said that Verma was 'lucky to be alive'.

Parmrish Verma's popular hit "Gaal ni kadni" was a superhit and have viewed more than 118 millions on YouTube.



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