A photo of Waris Punjab De Chief riding in his Mercedes car is going viral. Many questions have arisen about the owner of the car or about the person who gave it to him. It has now come to light that the vehicle changed hands several times before reaching the self-proclaimed Sikh preacher.
The SUV, which carries a Haryana registration number, is registered to a man named Premnath Mehani, a resident of Chhatarpur, New Delhi. The claims were made after Amritpal was seen moving around in the white colored SUV that has an open top.
Who is Premnath Mehani
Premnath Mehani, a resident of Chhatarpur, New Delhi. The said vehicle was sold by Premnath Mehani in September 2022 at Mercedes Benz through T&T Motors Dealership, Mathura Road (GA-2, B-1 Extension, Mohan Co-operative Industrial Estate, New Delhi).
The dealer subsequently sold the vehicle to a man named Amit Verma, a resident of Greater Kailash, Delhi, who runs a used car trading business under the name of Gaurav Carfin Pvt. Ltd at Greater-Kailash-2, New Delhi.
He reportedly parked the vehicle at his office and later sold it to Ravel Singh, son of Sulkhan Singh, a resident of Tarn Taran, Punjab, on January 5, 2023.
Who Is Amritpal Singh?
Amritpal Singh is the head of ‘Waris Punjab De’, a team founded by actor and activist Deep Sidhu, who died in a road accident in February last year. Amritpal Singh became the head of the group after Sidhu’s death. Deep Sidhu came into the spotlight last year when he was arrested for violence during farmers’ Republic Day protests.
Amritpal Singh, a self-described preacher who claims to represent the Sikh community, was born in Jallupur Khera of Punjab. He recently married UK-based NRI Kirandeep Kaur.
He claims to be a spiritual leader and his fiery oratory skills and promise to free youth from the clutches of the drug menace have won him a following in Punjab and other parts of India.
Amritpal calls slain Khalistani militant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale his “inspiration”. He even dresses up as the slain militant and copies his gestures, said a report in The Indian Express.
Armed supporters often escort Amritpal. The self-described Sikh preacher recently sparked a political row in Punjab with controversial comments against Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Singh reportedly said that the “fate of HM Shah will be similar to that of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, ” assassinated by her security guards in 1984.
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