Canada becomes heaven for fugitive gangsters evading Indian crimes: NIA identifies 11, including Goldy Barad

Growing Canada-India tensions over Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) terrorist Hardeep Nijjar's killing

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India's National Investigation Agency (NIA) has released a list of 11 notorious criminals and gangsters with the intention of dismantling their networks amid rising tensions between Canada and India resulting from the murder of Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) terrorist Hardeep Nijjar.

The infamous gangster Goldy Barad is prominently mentioned on this list, and is associated to the Lawrence Bishnoi gang, which is notorious for the murder of Punjabi musician Siddhu Moosewala. Another prominent name is Anmol Bishnoi, Lawrence Bishnoi's brother.

This list encompasses individuals such as Arshdeep Singh Gill, also known as Arsh Dalla, Darman Singh, Lakbhir Singh, Dinesh Sharma, Neeraj, Gurpinder Singh, Sukhdev Singh, Gaurav Patial, and Daler Singh.

According to NIA, these individuals face charges not only related to murder and extortion in India but also for engaging in anti-national activities in Pakistan. Most of them are believed to be evading authorities in Canada.

NIA encourages anyone with information regarding these individuals to contact them via WhatsApp at +917290009373.

Goldy Barad's role in Siddhu Moosewala's murder

Goldy Barad, associated with the Lawrence gang, was the mastermind behind the murder of the popular Punjabi singer Siddhu Moosewala on May 29, 2022. He executed the attack as instructed by Lawrence while residing in Canada. Recent reports suggest he may now be located in the United States.

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Lakhbir and Dalla's presence in Canada

Notorious gangsters and terrorists Lakhbir Singh and Arshdeep Dalla are also involved in anti-national activities in Punjab. They are accused of orchestrating grenade attacks on various police stations in Mohali, as well as other criminal activities under their command. Both are thought to be hiding in Canada.

Luxurious lives of gangsters in Canada

Sources within NIA reveal that seven of the 11 fugitives are Category A criminals enjoying a life of luxury in Canada. They have joined forces with Khalistani elements to recruit youth into the world of crime and terrorism, steering them away from the path of righteousness.

Nine active separatist organizations in Canada

According to sources, Canada currently plays host to nine separatist organizations actively engaged in anti-India activities. These organizations include Sikh for Justice, Khalistan Tiger Force, World Sikh Organization, and Babbar Khalsa International, among others.

Most of the individuals listed by NIA have connections with these terrorist organizations and anti-India elements.