Ranjit Singh Aujla, also known as Dara MUthada, was an Indian-Canadian, and former president of the British Columbia Kabaddi Federation. He also settled in British Columbia. He reportedly dies today due to a heart attack. He was accused of a drug smuggling case. He was also dragged into controversy by featuring in a Punjabi song recently glorifying rule-breaking Jat prisoner in jail. Efforts of being extradited him were also underway.

A total of 11 Canadian NRIs, accused in the multi-crore Jagdish Bhola drug racket case, all declared Proclaimed Offenders (POs), including a woman, were on former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh’s list submitted to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Amritsar in 2018.

The former CM also submitted another list of nine accused of funding and setting up terror modules.


The list of 11 includes Parminder Singh Deo alias Pindi Uncle, Sarabjit Singh Sandhar alias Nik, Ranjit Singh Aujla, Nirankar Singh Dhillon, Gursewak Singh Dhillon, Amarjit Singh Kooner, Pardeep Singh Dhaliwal, Amarinder Singh Chheena, Ranjit Kaur Kahlon, and Lahmber Singh Daleh. All the accused are being investigated by ED as well as the SIT set up by the Punjab government. The MEA had sought the extradition of all earlier also.
 

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