In a shocking development, an Indian-origin man allegedly linked to Pro-Khalistan elements on Sunday stabbed a Canadian man to death outside Vancouver Starbucks. As per Vancouver police, the stabbing occurred around 5:40 p.m. outside the coffee shop, which is located near West Pender and Granville streets, following a "brief altercation" between two men. The Indian-Origin man linked to pro-khalistani elements has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder. The man whom he stabbed has been declared dead as well. Investigators note the suspect and victim are not believed to have known each other, adding that the “circumstances that led up to the fatal stabbing remain under investigation.” It is pertinent to mention here that the Vancouver Starbucks video was shot by the locals and ever since the footage is doing rounds on social media. Netizens have been continuously pointing out that the arrested man named Inderdeep Singh Gosal allegedly had pro-Khalistan links. Many users are claiming that Inderdeep Singh Gosal also attended pro-Khalistani rallies in Canada outside the Indian High Commission.

In the Vancouver Starbucks stabbing video, a man filming the video runs towards the crime spot and films the Canadian man in pain after being stabbed to death by Inderdeep. Despite officers administering first aid, the victim, identified as 37-year-old Paul Stanley Schmidt, died after he was rushed to the hospital. “We believe this homicide was witnessed by dozens of bystanders, and there may be people with information who have not yet come forward,” said Sgt. Steve Addison as reported by Canadian media adding, "We particularly want to hear from anyone who was present in the moments before the stabbing, or anyone who has cell-phone video of the incident.”

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According to police, Inderdeep Singh Gosal, 32, was detained at the site after bystanders flagged down a VPD officer in the neighbourhood. According to Addison, neither the suspect nor the victim had a major criminal past.

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