Singer Alfaaz ATTACKED, Suffers Injuries Following An Argument Outside Dhaba In Mohali; Honey Singh Shares His PIC From Hospital

Popular Punjabi Singer Alfaaz was attacked outside Pal Dhaba in Mohali after an altercation broke out between him, the eatery owner, and the accused

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Singer Alfaaz ATTACKED, Suffers Injuries Following An Argument Outside Dhaba In Mohali; Honey Singh Shares His PIC From Hospital
Popular Punjabi singer Alfaaz aka Amanjot Singh Panwar was attacked outside an eatery on the Landran-Banur Road in Mohali. On October 1, the singer along with his three friends- Gurpreet, Teji, and Kuljit was coming out of Pal Dhaba after dinner when he got into a heated argument with the accused Vicky, a former employee of the dhaba, and the dhaba owner. As per reports, Vicky, a resident of Raipur Rani hit Alfaaz with a pick-up Tempo following an altercation between the singer, the eatery owner, and the suspect.

They all had an argument over money matters and in this hit incident, Alfaaz received several head injuries. While fleeing, Vicky hit Alfaaz and he was seriously injured. The Haye Mera Dil singer was then immediately rushed to a private hospital and he is currently getting treated. Alfaaz’s dear friend and rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh shared a picture of Alfaaz from the hospital bed where he could be seen covered in bandages. The rapper also posted a warning message for attackers and also asked fans to pray for his speedy recovery. 


Honey Singh wrote, “My brother @itsaslialfaaz has been attacked lastnite, Who ever planned this Mother f***** i wont let u go !! Take my words !! Everyone pls pray for him.”

As reported by The Tribune, Punjab Police have booked Vicky for hitting Alfaaz and a case against him under sections 279, 337, 338 of the IPC has been registered at the Sohana Police Station. SP City Akashdeep Aulakh said, “A case has been registered. The tempo has been seized and further investigation is on.” Cops have got their hands on CCTV footage of the eatery and have sent the footage for scanning after which the relevant sections will be added to the FIR.



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