‘SYL,’ written and sung by Sidhu Moosewala, mentions Balwinder Singh Jattana, which has now become a source of interest.
After being leaked on multiple platforms, an unreleased song by late musician Sidhu Moosewala was published on his YouTube page on June 23, 2022.
The song, inspired by the Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal, became an instant smash, surpassing one million views in the first 30 minutes.
The song, titled ‘SYL,’ mentions Balwinder Singh Jattana, which has piqued the interest of listeners.
Balwinder Singh Jattana Biography
Balwinder dubbed a “Sikh Liberation Hero,” and his comrades murdered two officers in Chandigarh.
As a result, work on the Sutlej-Yamuna connection canal project in Punjab was halted at the time.
The incident occurred in July 1990, during an official meeting in Sector 26, Chandigarh, involving the development of the Sutlej-Yamuna connection canal.
Punjab’s water was to be shared with Haryana and Delhi as part of the project.
According to reports, Balwinder interrupted a meeting with his accomplices Balbir Singh Fauji, Jagtar Singh Pinjola, and Harmeet Singh Bhaowal and opened fire on the officials.
MS Sikri, Chief Engineer and Superintending Engineer of SYL, and Avtar Aulakh were killed by the organization.
Balwinder Singh Jattana and those involved in the homicide are being sought by the state police.
Balwinder was not discovered at his home after police looked for him, but his family was reportedly detained.
According to accounts, Balwinder’s second accomplice, Nirpreet Kaur, alleged that the police, with the assistance of a Nihang, burned four members of Balwinder’s family alive.
His grandmother Dwarka Kaur, aunt Jamsher Kaur, sister Manpreet Kaur, and nephew Simranjit Singh were among those who died.
Nirpreet Kaur confirmed that Balwinder murdered the engineers.
Balwinder was later shown to be a Babbar Khalsa associate, and a monetary reward of Rs 16 lakhs (£16,000) was placed on his head.
Balwinder Jattana History
Balwinder Singh Jattana was killed by police in a shootout in 1991.
He was regarded as a pioneer in breaking down barriers between Punjabi and mainstream music.
Sidhu has numerous tunes in the works after working with many British musicians, including Steel Banglez, Tion Wayne, and Stefflon Don.
Following the sudden death of Sidhu Moosewala, his team encouraged all music labels and producers to turn over his unfinished and unreleased compositions to the family.
The team stated that it will be up to his father to determine what to do with his tunes.
Tributes to the singer have continued to pour in from musicians all over the world, including Burna Boy and Stefflon Don, and Diljit Dosanjh dedicated his concert in Vancouver to Sidhu.
Diljit Dosanjh dedicated a couple of songs to Sidhu during his ‘Born to Shine’ tour.
A screen displayed the statement ‘This Show Is Dedicated To Our Brothers.’
Balwinder Jattana Wikipedia
The Balwinder Jattana Wikipedia page is not available yet on the internet.
During his homage, Diljit discussed how people strive to bring down those who achieve success, whether it is in the online or real world.
Drake, like Diljit, paid respect to the Punjabi musician by playing two songs by Sidhu Moose Wala on his new radio show, Table for One.
Sidhu Moosewala was also honored at Times Square, New York, where a few billboards displayed clips from his music videos.
People were seen stopping by and viewing the footage, and some admirers even replicated his signature step of slapping his thigh.
People took photos of the enormous billboards, and a clip presented a photograph of Sidhu with his mother in front of it.