“Gang Leader Lawrence Bishnoi Claims Responsibility for Assassination of Khalistani Extremist”

In a recent development, incarcerated gangster Lawrence Bishnoi has claimed responsibility for the killing of Sukhdool Singh, also known as Sukha Duneke, a prominent figure in the Khalistani movement, in Canada. Duneke met his demise in a violent altercation between rival gangs in Canada the previous night.

Sukhdool Singh, or Sukha Duneke, held the notorious distinction of being a “Category A” gangster hailing from Punjab’s Moga region. In 2017, he managed to escape to Canada using a forged passport and had close ties to the gangster and Khalistani terrorist Arshdeep Dalla. He was among the 43 individuals with connections to both the Khalistan movement and Canada, as listed by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in a recent release.

The gang led by Lawrence Bishnoi conveyed through a Facebook post that Duneke had played a pivotal role in the murders of fellow gangsters Gurlal Brar and Vicky Middukhera. The gang labeled Duneke a “drug addict” who faced consequences for his actions and issued a warning that their adversaries would find no sanctuary, whether in India or any other country.

Lawrence Bishnoi is presently incarcerated in Ahmedabad, facing charges related to drug smuggling, with the NIA conducting an ongoing investigation. Additionally, Bishnoi is implicated in the murder case of the singer Sidhu Moosewala.

The timing of Duneke’s killing coincides with escalated diplomatic tensions between India and Canada. Earlier this week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau informed the House of Commons that his government possessed “credible allegations” linking Indian government agents to the assassination of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Canadian soil in June.

Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a 45-year-old Indian terrorist and leader of the banned Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF), was fatally shot outside a gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia, on June 18. Najjar was one of India’s most wanted terrorists, with a ₹10 lakh bounty on his head.

Meanwhile, amidst the strained relations between India and Canada, Punjab Police has initiated a widespread crackdown on the associates of gangster Goldy Brar, another key suspect in the murder of singer Sidhu Moosewala. Brar is known to have close ties to the Khalistani separatist movement and is believed to be in hiding in Canada.

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