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Nirvair Singh, a Punjabi singer, was killed in a car accident in Australia

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Nirvair Singh, a Punjabi singer, was killed in a car accident in Australia

According to 9News, the popular Punjabi singer Nirvair Singh was murdered on Tuesday in a terrible accident in Australia. According to the site, which also cited the police, the father of two was involved in a three-vehicle crash near Melbourne that was brought on by a speeding Kia car. The 23-year-old driver of the sedan has been detained and charged in connection with the incident, which occurred at 3:30 pm on Bulla-Diggers Rest Road in Diggers Rest, according to the police. Mr. Singh, 42, was hit while traveling to a construction site.
According to the police, Mr. Singh passed away at the scene after the out-of-control Kia struck two other cars and then a jeep that had entered his route.

According to 9News, a woman inside the vehicle was hurt and sent to the hospital. According to some witnesses who spoke to the source, the vehicle was being driven recklessly in the neighborhood.

The driver is accused of driving while unlicensed, hazardous driving causing death, serious harm, endangering life, endangering serious injury, and reckless driving. Later in the day, he will appear before the Magistrates’ court.

A Daily Mail story claims that Mr. Singh arrived in Australia nine years ago to further his singing career.

Several of Mr. Singh’s fans and acquaintances have left comments on his Facebook page.

One of the users commented, “Very sad, may God provide strength to the family!” Another person remarked, “May God rest your soul in peace.”

The song Tere Bina from the album “My Turn” helped Mr. Singh become famous. Darda-a-Dil, Je Russgi, Ferrari Dream, and Hikk Thok Ke are some of his more hits.

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