Gangster Sukhdaul Singh, aka Sukha Duneke, shot dead in Canada; Punjab Police conduct raids in pursuit of gangster Goldy Brar

Punjab police launches massive operation to nab Goldy Brar's gang members

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Punjab: In a simultaneous operation, the Punjab Police has intensified its efforts to apprehend associates of gangster Goldy Brar, a close aide of gangster-turned-politician Lawrence Bishnoi, who is allegedly involved in various criminal activities, including extortion and organized crime.

Khalistani terror links suspected in Sukha Duneke's killing in Winnipeg, Canada

On the other side of the globe, in Winnipeg, Canada, Indian fugitive gangster Sukhdaul Singh, also known as Sukha Duneke, fell victim to a fatal shooting. The suspect, Arshdeep Singh, also known as Arsh, who is allegedly linked to Khalistani terrorism, is believed to have carried out the attack on Thursday.

Sukha Duneke's activities in Canada:

Sukhdaul Singh, while residing in Canada, was reportedly involved in illicit activities, including drug trafficking and extortion, through his network in India. He had obtained a passport and police clearance certificate based on forged documents in 2017 to flee India, despite facing seven criminal cases against him.

Escape to Canada:

After allegedly bribing police officials to facilitate his escape, Sukha managed to obtain a visa for Canada. He also faced charges of aiding two Punjab Police officers in his escape, who were later arrested by the Moga Police.

Goldy Brar's pursuit:

In a parallel operation, the Punjab Police has launched a massive crackdown on gang members associated with Goldy Brar. Raids are being conducted across the state, and a roundup of suspected individuals has been ordered.

The investigations are expected to continue until 2:00 PM today, with a report to be submitted to the ADGP by 5:00 PM. It's noteworthy that Goldy Brar is a close associate of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala and is allegedly involved in his murder case.

Who is Goldy Brar?:

Goldy Brar, also known as Satinder Singh, is closely associated with gangster Lawrence Bishnoi. He has been linked to organized crime activities, particularly extortion rackets in Punjab.

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He also faces allegations related to the murder of Youth Congress leader Gurlej Pehalwan. Brar took responsibility for the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala in Mansa, Punjab, in May 2022. He has been residing in Canada since 2021, coordinating his criminal activities in Punjab through a network.

Khalistani terror links suspected:

The assailant, Arshdeep Singh, who targeted Sukha Duneke in Canada, is suspected to have connections to Khalistani terrorism. Several other dangerous gangsters, including Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, Lakhbir Singh aka Landa, Charanjit Singh aka Rinku Randhawa, Arshdeep Singh aka Arsh Dala, and Ramandeep Singh aka Raman Judge, are also believed to have found refuge in Canada.

These individuals have been accused of various criminal activities in Punjab and are on the radar of Indian agencies.

Hardeep Singh Nijjar's murder:

Earlier this year, NIA had announced a reward of 10 lakh INR on Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the chief of Khalistan Tiger Force, in connection with the murder of a Hindu priest in Jalandhar. However, in a shocking turn of events, Nijjar was shot dead by unidentified assailants in June in Canada. Nijjar had been living in Canada and had been actively promoting Khalistani activities through the "Sikh for Justice" organization. The Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, had alleged Indian involvement in Nijjar's killing, but India has denied any connection.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu's activities:

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, a Khalistani terrorist, is openly operating in Canada, actively endorsing anti-India activities. During the farmers' protest, he had released videos inciting violence against government buildings, including the Red Fort. Pannu has organized several public rallies in Canada, raising concerns about his involvement in separatist activities.

7 gangsters hiding in Canada:

Recent developments have brought to light seven gangsters hiding in Canada, including Lakhbir Singh aka Landa, Goldy Brar, Charanjit Singh aka Rinku Randhawa, Arshdeep Singh aka Arsh Dala, Ramandeep Singh aka Raman Judge, and Gurpinder Singh aka Baba Dalla, all of whom are allegedly involved in targeted killings and other criminal activities.

Additionally, Gurvinder Singh, Sanvar Dhillion, and Satveer Singh Waring are also under the scanner of the NIA. These developments highlight the transnational nature of organized crime and the challenges faced by law enforcement agencies in tracking down fugitives across borders.