Tuesday, February 7, 2023

‘SYL’ song by singer Sidhu Moose Wala removed from YouTube in India

The last song ‘SYL’ that had recently uploaded by the late musician Sidhu Moose Wala has removed from YouTube in India. However, viewers in other areas of the world are still able to listen this song on YouTube.

According to reports, his most recent song has released on the subject of the water shortage in Punjab. The Sutlej-Yamna Link, often known as the SYL is in fact a canal that is 214 kilometers long. It has a point of contention between the states of Punjab and Haryana for more than three decades.

In addition, Sidhu’s song describes a variety of conflicts such as the Sikh riots took place in 1984 and the peasant legislation. Moreover, the flying of the Sikh flag atop the Red Fort during the peasant uprising and the Sikh militants.

It has speculated that the controversial song ‘SYL’ has removed from YouTube in India as a result of the backlash it received. Moreover, the Indian government has filed a legal complaint. It results in his song being unavailable to customers in the country of India.

It has reported that the song has launched on June 23rd viewed on YouTube almost immediately after it uploaded. Whereas, it currently has more than 28 million views.

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