'Government is harrassing me': Late Sidhu Moose Wala's father accuses Punjab government over newborn baby

Sidhu Moosewala's parents welcomed a baby boy on Sunday almost two years after the demise of the Punjabi singer. His father, Balkaur Singh shared this news on Instagram on March 17.

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Balkaur Singh, the father of late Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala, has leveled accussations against the Punjab government led by Bhagwant Mann, alleging harassment following the birth of his second son. Recently, Balkaur Singh and his wife Charan Kaur welcomed their second child on March 17. 

Balkaur Singh alleges Punjab govt of harrasment

In an Instagram post on Tuesday, Balkaur Singh said, "Due to the blessings of Waheguru, we got our Shubhdeep back. But the government is harassing me since morning, asking me to furnish document of the baby. They are questioning me to prove that this child is legal."

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Aged couple opted for IVF

According to the reports, Charan Kaur and Balkaur Singh opted for IVF due to age related complications. He has mentioned it in the post too. 

Why Punjab Govt is asking for documents? 

Three years ago the government had brought the Assisted Reproductive Technology (Regulation) Act. Through this Act, the government had set an age limit for the IVF process. Under the Act, only women aged 21-50 years and men aged 21-55 years can use IVF. But on the internet the age of Sidhu Moosewala's mother is being said to be 58 years. 

Sidhu Moosewala's parents welcomed a baby boy

Sidhu Moosewala's parents welcomed a baby boy on Sunday almost two years after the demise of the Punjabi singer. His father, Balkaur Singh shared this news on Instagram on March 17.