A 24-minute video of slain national-level shooter and corporate lawyer Sukhmanpreet Singh alias Sippy Sidhu’s mother has gone viral on YouTube.
Sippy’s mother Deepinder Kaur alleges involvement of the Punjab and Haryana High Court judge’s daughter in the murder, and apprehends threat to the lives of her family members from the judge’s family. She adds that if anything happens to them, the judge’s family will be responsible for it.
The police, however, maintain that their investigation is going in the positive direction.
The video, which was shot at Sippy’s residence in Phase 3B2, was recently uploaded on social networking site Facebook and on YouTube on Monday. So far, the video was viewed by more than 1,500 people on a single day.
Many people liked it and commented on the Facebook page ‘Justice for Sippy Sidhu’, created by Sippy’s younger brother Jippy Sidhu.
Kaur says in the video that he went to meet the judge’s daughter on September 20 in a Sector 27 park where he was shot dead. She alleges that the judge’s daughter who called him there is involved in the murder.
“He was lying with me. Then he received a call from the judge’s daughter and told me that she called him to Sector 27 park. I asked him why she was calling you there, and in the end, it all happened,” Kaur says.
The mother says in the video that before going to Sector 27, Sippy gave him a mobile phone and asked her to check the settings of the handset. She called Sippy around 11 at night but he did not pick up the phone and she again called him around 11.15 pm.
“When I again called Sippy, a policeman picked up the phone and told me that he was murdered, following which we reached there and I told all the people present on the spot that the judge’s daughter was behind the murder,” says Kaur.
Sippy’s younger brother Jippy Sidhu says that he has sent a letter to the President, Prime Minister, Chief Justice of India, Law Minister, Punjab and Haryana Governor and Chief Ministers of Punjab and Haryana, seeking transfer of the judge who could hamper the investigations into the case.