Daler Mehndi Convicted In Human Trafficking Case, Gets Bail: 10 Points

Daler Mehndi Convicted In Human Trafficking Case, Gets Bail: 10 Points

After being convicted, the 50-year-old was taken into custody by the Punjab police but after obtaining bail he told the reporters outside court, "I have been granted bail".

Three years after the case was filed, the Punjab police in 2006 filed discharge petitions in the Court claiming the innocence of Daler Mehndi. Further he also shares his thoughts about the case that in spite of finding no evidence against him, the court has doubts on him.

The pop singer had a massive following in the late nineties and early 2000s for his pop songs such as Tunak Tunak Tun, Bolo Ta Ra Ra and Saade Naal Rahoge Toh. Wonder what more surprises this case will bring!

According to reports, the incidents of the singer in collusion with his brother dropping off people illegally overseas during his concerts came to the surface in 2003 when a complaint was filed by Bakshish Singh.

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Daler, who was incredibly popular pop Punjabi singer then, had illegally dropped off many individuals in the U.S. after taking them as part of his troupe.

According to Quint, After the initial complaint, several other cases of fraud were levelled against the two brothers.

Singh alleged that the Punjabi singer had taken money for taking him to Canada. In 2003, the police had registered a case against Daler and others after it was alleged that the accused took about Rs 1 crore from people by including them in his troupe and later "dropping them off" illegally in overseas countries. Shamsher had paid lakhs to the two as "passage money". The court has pronounced a two-year jail term for the singer. The singer has been found guilty under Section 120B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

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