Reports emerging from Canada reveal that Indian-origin gangster and Khalistani terrorist Sukhdool Singh aka Sukha Duneke of the Davinder Bambiha gang from Moga district has been killed in inter-gang violence in Winnipeg, Canada on Wednesday night. This is the second similar killing to that of Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar who was shot dead in inter-gang warfare in Surrey on June 18.
Anti-India activities in Canada
According to Indian authorities, Sukhdool Singh was part of a pro-Khalistani organisation and was helping extremists in facilitating anti-India activities in Canada. Notably, he was also on the ‘Most-Wanted’ list of India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA).
Sukhdool Singh aka Sukha Duneke who has more than 10 cases filed against him in Punjab fled from India to Canada by using fake documents. Sukhdool Singh is among the 43 listed gangsters who have been involved in anti-India terrorism, according to the NIA. These gangsters left India on either Indian passports or through fake or forged travel documents or through the Nepal route in the past.
According to recent reports, gang members of the jailed gangster Lawrence Bishnoi have claimed responsibility for the killing of Singh, calling it a revenge for the murders of gangster Gurlal Brar and Vicky Middkhera. These murders were planned by Singh even though he was staying abroad, the gang alleged. Members of the Lawerence Bishnoi gang have described Singh as a ‘drug addict’, who destroyed lives of several people and said that he was ultimately punished for his sins. They further also warned that their enemies would not survive either in India or outside India.
Lawrence Bishnoi is currently incarcerated in an Ahmedabad jail on the charges of drug trafficking which are being investigated by the NIA. He has also been accused of being the mastermind of the murder of Punjabi singer and alleged Khalistan sympathiser Siddhu Moosewala.
These reports come in the backdrop of rising diplomatic tensions between India and Canada. Canada has been known as a country which keeps giving shelter to Khalistani terrorists for many years now. In recent developments, India has issued a travel advisory for Indian tourists and students and warned of growing anti-India activity and ‘politically condoned hate crimes’.
“In view of growing anti-India activities and politically-condoned hate crimes and criminal violence in Canada, all Indian nationals there and those contemplating travel are urged to exercise utmost caution. Recently, threats have particularly targeted Indian diplomats and sections of the Indian community who oppose the anti-India agenda,” read India’s advisory.
India has as of this morning also suspended visa services in Canada indefinitely amidst the rising tension between the two countries. A notice by BLS International – an online visa application centre that handles applications from India and other nations posted this message on its website: “Due to operational reasons, with effect from 21 September 2023, Indian visa services have been suspended till further notice. Please keep checking BLS website for further updates.”
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