Bright Times News: After allegedly getting struck by a car at a nearby Dhaba in Mohali on Saturday, the Punjabi singer Alfaaz, real name Amanjot Singh Panwar, was taken to a local hospital with injuries.
On Sunday night, fellow Punjabi musician Honey Singh updated his social media followers that Alfaaz was “out of danger.”
The “Yaar Bathere” singer was reportedly leaving a restaurant with three of his pals when he became embroiled in a dispute that Vicky, a former employee of the restaurant, was having with the owner.
Vicky reportedly asked Alfaaz to act as a mediator and persuade the Dhaba owner to pay his debts. Vicky tried to flee with the owner’s tempo but the singer refused to go in, so Vicky reversed the car and hit the performer.
The musician reportedly received multiple injuries to his head, arms, and legs, and his pals took him to the hospital.
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The culprit, Vicky, was able to get away from the scene but was later taken into custody by the Mohali Police. Police later registered a case against the culprit at the Sohna Police station.
Honey Singh, a fellow Punjabi musician, and rapper posted a photo of the singer of “Haye Mera Dil” from the hospital on his social media accounts with the statement, “Last night, someone attacked my brother @itsaslialfaaz. Whoever planned this, Mo*********er, I won’t let u go! Observe what I say! Please pray for him, everyone.” He later deleted his post from his account.
Honey Singh shared another post a few hours after he had deleted the previous one in which he provided an update on Alfaaz’s condition and stated, “Special thanks to Mohali police who caught the culprits who hit alfaaz with a tempo traveller on the road last nit @itsaslialfaaz is now out of danger too.
Punjabi musician Alfaaz is well-known for his number-one hits, including “Putt Jatt Da,” “Rickshaw,” “Gaddi,” and many others. The artist and Honey Singh have worked together on hit songs like “Haye Mera Dil,” “Bebo,” “Birthday Bash,” and “Yaar Bathere.”
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