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Hard Kaur creates ruckus at Karva Chauth programme, apologises

punjab Updated: Oct 30, 2015 08:04 IST
HT Correspondent
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Hindustan Times
Punjab

Hard Kaur was performing at Lucky restaurant on Wednesday when some children climbed up on the stage to dance. The singer got angry and threw a microphone towards the audience.(HT Photo )

Punjabi singer and rapper Hard Kaur allegedly created a ruckus at a restaurant on the Mall road during a ‘Karva Chauth’ programme on Wednesday evening. The singer, who was allegedly drunk, abused the guests.

The police were called, but none of the guest lodged a complaint against the singer. Later, the singer and her team apologised and the matter was resolved.

According to police, Hard Kaur was performing at Lucky restaurant on Wednesday when some children climbed up on the stage to dance. The singer got angry and threw a microphone towards the audience.

The restaurant employees have also confirmed the matter. Around 150 guests were invited for the event. The behaviour of the singer was totally unprofessional and unbearable.

Additional SHO at division number 8 Police station ASI Anokh Singh said the singer was in inebriated condition. When the police intervened the singer apologised. The families present at the restaurant were reluctant to file any complaint. Later, the singer apologised and the matter was resolved. The police have not registered any case in this context.