After Punjab Police launched a nationwide tribute #MainBhiHarjeetSingh to all frontline warriors such as policemen and healthcare professionals who have been attacked by people in different parts of the country, Punjabi stars stood in support of the campaign. Starting from Gurdas Maan, Satinder Sartaaj, Honey Singh, Happy Raikoti, Gurpreet Ghuggi took to social media to express their tribute. Also Read - Neha Kakkar–Tony Kakkar’s Shona Shona in Trouble: Plea Filed in HC to Ban Song With ‘Vulgar Lyrics’

Gurdas Maan wrote, “My love and respect for inspector Harjit Singh and his family and all those frontline corona warriors #mainbhiharjeetsingh #mainbhiharjitsingh @PunjabPoliceInd”. Also Read - Nia Sharma Breaks Into Energetic Dance Performance on Honey Singh's 'Saiyaan Ji', Her Killer Dance Moves Go Viral

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Honey Singh shared a video and penned, “Let us all stand together in solidarity against any attack on the frontline warriors fighting #Covid19. SI Harjeet Singh is a symbol of bravery and I salute his spirit and courage. A big salute to @PunjabPoliceInd, @DGPPunjabPolice and @hospadmnpgi #MainBhiHarjeetSingh”.

Satinder Sartaaj also wrote, “Sincere gesture of respect to SI Harjeet Singh as a symbol of dedicated servicemen to the humanity. It is very heart warming initiative from the entire #PunjabPolice to wear his name on chest as #honour. #MainbhiHarjeetSingh #Sartaaj #CovidWarriors @dgppunjabpolice #Corona”.

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Harjit Singh SI Punjab police nu apna gratitude pesh kardi hoi bahut sohni tasveer #punjabpolice

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Harjeet Singh is recovering and his hand has started to regain movement. Watch this video:

Harjeet was attacked by a group of ‘Nihangs’ (Sikhs armed with traditional weapons and dressed in loose blue top). They allegedly attacked him in Punjab’s Patiala district, on being asked to stop, they chopped his hand.