Khalistani terrorist Sukhdool Singh, also known as, Sukha Duneke, who was wanted by India, has been killed in Canada in inter-gang rivalry. Punjab police conducted raids at his house and at other places across Moga, Ferozepur, Tarn Taran and Amritsar rural to nab the close aides of gangster Goldy Brar, who is accused in the killing of singer Sidhu Moosewala.
The Punjab Police action comes a day after the National Investigation Agency intensified its investigation against Khalistani terrorists carrying out activities in India. The NIA released two lists of 54 individuals with their photographs who are wanted in the investigation of two cases, registered last year, to dismantle terror-gangster networks in the country. Sukhdool Singh, a category ‘A’ gangster, was one of them.
Sukhdool Singh was on NIA’s most wanted list at number 33. He hailed from Moga district in Punjab and fled from India in 2017 by using forged documents. According to NIA, Singh was considered very close to Canada-based gangster Arshdeep Dalla, a rival of Goldy Brar and Lawrence Bishnoi.
“His uncle and his daughter here have given information about his death. We are authenticating the details. As per our record, 15-16 cases are registered against him..,” SSP Moga J Elanchezhian said.
The raids are being conducted in the backdrop of diplomatic tensions between India and Canada over the death of a Khalistani terrorist. India has now suspended its visa services in Canada until further notice.