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Notorious Punjab Gangster Linked to Khalistan Movement Gunned Down in Canada

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Notorious Punjab Gangster Linked to Khalistan Movement Gunned Down in Canada

In a recent development that’s making headlines, a notorious Punjab gangster, who also went by the name Sukhdool Singh or Sukha Deneke, has met a tragic end in Winnipeg, a city in Canada. The news of his killing has been reported by various local and international media outlets.

Sukha had escaped to Canada in 2017, allegedly using forged documents, and is said to have become associated with the Khalistan terrorist group led by Arsh Dalla. It’s believed that Sukha held a significant position within Dalla’s organization, which has earned Dalla a spot on India’s National Investigation Agency’s (NIA) wanted list as a terrorist.

This incident has occurred during a period of strained relations between India and Canada. The tension escalated after the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, another individual designated as a Khalistani terrorist. In early June of this year, Nijjar was fatally shot by two masked gunmen in the parking lot of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey. India had designated Nijjar as a terrorist back in 2020.

The Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has publicly accused New Delhi of being involved in Nijjar’s murder, leading to the expulsion of an Indian diplomat from Canada. In response, India has vehemently rejected these accusations, terming them “absurd and politically motivated.” India has also asked the Canadian intelligence services’ India station chief to leave the country within five days in a reciprocal move.

In an effort to ensure the safety of its citizens, the Canadian government has issued an updated travel advisory. They are advising their citizens to avoid non-essential travel to certain regions within Canada, including Manipur, Jammu and Kashmir, and Punjab, citing safety concerns.

India, in turn, has raised its alert level for its citizens residing in Canada, urging them to exercise utmost caution. This decision comes in response to what India views as a concerning rise in “politically-condoned” hate crimes targeting Indian nationals and diplomats in Canada.


Of particular interest is the fact that Arsh Dalla’s name has surfaced in the latest list released by the NIA. This list includes individuals identified as criminals and Khalistani terrorists with ties to Canada. Other names on the list include Goldy Brar and Lakhbir Singh Linda, with Linda being a known Khalistani terrorist connected to the Punjab RPG incident.

This incident underscores the intricate and sensitive issues surrounding the Khalistan movement and its impact on international relations. Authorities in both India and Canada are grappling with these challenges as they work to navigate and maintain diplomatic ties amidst these developments.

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