Punjabi singer Alfaaz hospitalized after allegedly being hit by a vehicle in Mohali, rapper Honey Singh says “Alfaaz out of danger” thanks Mohali police for arresting the culprits




Punjabi musician Alfaaz also known as Amanjot Singh Panwar, was wounded and taken to a private hospital in Mohali on Saturday after allegedly being hit by a vehicle at a local dhaba. Another Punjabi singer updated on social media on Sunday night that Alfaaz was “out of danger.”

The musician suffered multiple injuries on his head, arms and legs and was taken to the hospital by his friends.

According to reports, the singer of “Yaar Bathere,” who was leaving the Pal Dhaba with three of his pals, was caught up in a dispute between the owner and Vicky, a former employee of the restaurant.

According to reports, Vicky asked Alfaaz to act as a mediator and convince the owner of the dhaba to pay his debts. When the singer refused to intervene Vicky tried to escape with the owner’s tempo and hit the singer while reversing the vehicle.

Vicky was later arrested by the Mohali Police. Police have registered a case against the culprit at the Sohna Police station.

Fellow Punjabi musician and rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh posted a photo of the “Haye Mera Dil” singer from the hospital on his social media accounts along with the message, “Last night, someone attacked my brother @itsaslialfaaz. Whoever planned this, Mo*********er, I won’t let you go! Take my word for it! Please pray for him, everyone.” Later, he deleted his account’s posting from it.

Hours after deleting the post, Yo Yo Honey Singh shared another post, in which he shared Alfaaz’s health update and wrote, “Special thanx to Mohali police who caught the culprits who hit Alfaaz with a tempo traveller on the road lastnite @itsaslialfaaz is now out of danger too.”

Alfaaz, a Punjabi singer, is known for his super hit songs like ‘Putt Jatt Da’, ‘Rickshaw’, ‘Gaddi’ and many more. The singer has collaborated with Yo Yo Honey Singh for chartbuster tracks like ‘Haye Mera Dil’, ‘Bebo’, ‘Birthday Bash’ and ‘Yaar Bathere’.