In Canada, during the tenure of Justin Trudeau, gangsters are also being killed amid the growing voice for Khalistan. The latest case is of gangster Sukhdul Singh alias Sukha. Lawrence Bishnoi and Goldie Brar gang have taken the responsibility of Sukha’s murder, which confirms one thing that the fight for supremacy that started on the land of Punjab has now reached the soil of Canada. Many murders have taken place so far in this fight for supremacy. This battle of Punjab finally reached Canada, says News9+ editor and defense expert Sandeep Unnithan.
He said that all the gangsters who have been killed in Canada used to smuggle drugs. Were terrorists. Was anti-India. On how gangs spread in Punjab and how they reached Canada… Sandeep Unnithan said, this is a subject of research, because they have spread in every city of Canada. The situation is such that in the scenario of gangland in Canada, Punjabi gangs are at the third position. At first place are Chinese gangsters, at second place are motorcycle gangsters.
Gangs have spread in many cities
Sandeep Unnithan said that all this has happened in 30-40 years. After 1984, many such criminal elements also went to America and Canada from Punjab. They thought this was a great opportunity, we could earn some money. Now these gangs have spread in many cities of Canada. They have different names. Red Scorpions…there are many such gangs. Indian gangs have spread in Canada in the same way as we see in films.
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How has Canada become a haven for terrorism? Evidence of this has been found again. Terrorist Nijjar was killed in June. Khalistani terrorist Arshdeep Singh’s right hand gangster Sukha Dunuke was killed in Canada on Thursday. He was shot about 15 times at close range. He died on the spot in Winnipeg City. Sukha was a wanted category A gangster of India. He was included in the list of 41 terrorists and gangsters, which was released by NIA.