Sukhdool Singh Sukha killing: Lawrence Bishnoi gang claims responsibility for Canada shootout

Image Source : INDIA TV Lawrence Bishnoi (L) and Sukhdool Singh (R)

Nearly an hour after Sukhdool Singh alias Sukha Duneke, a Khalistani terrorist and a wanted gangster, was killed in Canada, Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang claimed responsibility for his murder.

Earlier today, Sukhdool Singh alias Sukha Duneke, a Khalistani terrorist and a wanted gangster, who escaped to Canada from Punjab’s Moga district around six years ago, was killed in a shootout. The reports claimed he had forged the documents to reach a country which is over 11,000 km away from Delhi.  

Meanwhile, speaking to the news agency ANI, SSP Moga J Elanchezhian said the police informed his uncle and his daughter about his death. He said at least at least 15-16 cases were registered against him. 

“His uncle and his daughter here have given information about his death. We are verifying the details. As per our record, 15-16 cases are registered against him,” he said. 

Lawrence Bishnoi claims responsibility in a Facebook post 

In a Facebook post, it claimed that the Sukhdool was allegedly involved in the killings of several people associated with different gangs. The social media post claimed that Sukhdool was a drug addict and had destroyed the homes of several people in their gangs by killing them.

India Tv - Facebook post that claims the responsibility for the killing.

Image Source : INDIA TVFacebook post that claims the responsibility for the killing.

It claimed that he was involved in the killing of Youth Akali Dal leader, Vikramjit Singh, aka Vicky Middukhera, 33. Notably, Middukhera was shot dead in broad daylight in Sector 71, Mohali, on August 7, 2021.  Later, his murder led to the killing of famous Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala. It also claimed that Sukha was involved in the killing of Sandeep Nangal.

Killed in less than 24 hours of featuring on the NIA wanted list

It is worth mentioning the report of his killing came less than 24 hours after the National Investigative Agency (NIA) issued a list of wanted criminals who were either residing in India or fled. 

“Persons shown in the photos below are accused in the NIA Cases RC-38/2022/NIA/DLI or RC-39/2022/NIA/DLI. If you have any information about properties/assets/ business owned by them in their name or in the name of their associates, friends & relatives, please WhatsApp DM @ +91 7290009373,” the NIA had posted on X on Wednesday.

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