After the controversy over Sidhu Moosewala’s final music ‘SYL’ being taken down by YouTube, one other Punjabi music to face a ban on the video streaming platform is ‘Rihai,’ which requires the discharge of Sikh prisoners, sung by massively standard singer Kanwar Grewal. The music uploaded six days in the past now exhibits ‘unavailable’ on YouTube. The assertion reads, “This content material shouldn’t be obtainable on this nation area as a result of a authorized criticism from the federal government.”
Reacting to the event, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal requested the Centre to revoke the ban on Grewal’s music. “Shiromani Akali Dal appeals to GOI to carry the ban on Kanwar Grewal’s music – #Rihai protecting in view residents’ proper to freedom of speech & expression in addition to sentiments of the Sikh group,” stated Sukhbir Singh Badal.
“Such bans are usually not within the curiosity of a wholesome democracy,” he added. He additional stated that the ban on Grewal’s music ‘Rihai’ has come quickly after the ban on the posthumous music ‘SYL’ by Sidhu Moosewala, the title referring to the Sutlej-Yamuna Hyperlink canal.
The music ‘SYL’ was primarily based on Punjab’s water situation and talked concerning the Sutlej-Yamuna Hyperlink canal, which has been an apple of discord between Punjab and Haryana for fairly a very long time. The SAD president vowed to take up the difficulty within the forthcoming Parliament session.
“We may also demand a broader dialogue on this situation to make sure corrective steps be taken and this development is stopped,” Sukhbir Badal additional added. (ANI)
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