List of Punjabi songs which listen to daily but are laced Khalistani sympathy and anti-national sentiment

The dispute between India and Canada over Sikh independence, commonly known as the Khalistan movement, remains a cause of strain. Using the music industry to spread an anti-India narrative is nothing new for Khalistanis. YouTube, Spotify, and Instagram have become the means for these separatists to propagate their radical ideology through songs.

Pro-Khalistan Punjabi singers and artists based in Western countries are using songs and rap music to influence young minds to propagate Khalistan. His songs revolve around the idea that it ignores the sovereignty of Jammu and Kashmir, the North-East, and India.

It has been told through a video on Twitter that Punjabi Singers, AP Dhillon, Diljit Dosanjh, Siddu Mosewala, Shubh, Jazzy B, Hard Kaur, and Afsana Khan. All these Indian Punjabi singers have Khalistani links somewhere or the other.

Inderpal Moga’s “Daku” song is trending in India today but Indians do not know that this song is supporting Khalistani separatism. The lyrics are as follows, “Ni mai daku ik no da, vich badle de main do laina ni mai daku.” These lyrics are controversial statements of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. It shows Khalistani leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, whom he can be heard saying, “I am a daku, and I confess that I am a daku”.

Late singer Sidhu Moosewala also praised Khalistani leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his associates in one of his songs “Punjab (My Motherland)” released in the year 2020. The song begins with old footage of Bhindranwale and his associates playing with the controversial lyrics: “Keh Keh K Badle Lainda, Mainu Punjab Kehande aa, Delhi Vee Nap Lainda, Mainu Punjab Kehande aa”. Not only this, in the next lyrics Sidhu compares Punjab with Kashmir and says that we Punjabis are not going to bow down like the people of Kashmir, “Dhakke Naal Jinu Dabb Longe Kashmir De Warga Ni”.

Everyone knows how the wave of Punjabi songs has come in India. But what you don’t know is that as a result, the general public of India is listening to this Khalistani agenda through some Punjabi songs.

The Punjabi song “So High, Same Beef, Sarkar” has more than 700 million views on all these songs. BYG BYRD, the producer of famous songs like these, recently wrote in his bio on his Instagram and Twitter handle in March 2023 #IAmPunjabiNotIndian.

This song “Jihne Mera Dil Lutiya” is also famous and its singer Jazzy B is also an open Khalistani supporter. 3 years ago he released a song named ‘Putt Sardar De’. First of all, the entire theme of this song is to support the Khalistani movement. Throughout the video, from Jazzy’s shirt to Bhindranwale’s pictures in the background of the video. And Bhindranwale’s speech video is also being played in the video of the song. In which it was said that “A separate Khalistani nation should be formed for Sikhs.”

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].