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Gang wars: Canada lists 11 people, including 9 from Punjab, as ‘gangsters’ who pose a threat to the public

Image source: PTI The main defendant in the murder of the famous singer Sidhu Moose Wala is also currently in Canada, where he manages his operations.

Gang Wars: Canadian authorities on Thursday released a list of “gangsters” who pose a threat to the public. In the list, the country’s government mentioned 11 notorious people, 9 of whom are from Punjab.

The notification comes after two mobsters Meninder Dhaliwal and his friend Satinder Gill were gunned down in broad daylight in Vancouver on July 24.

Authorities, in a series of tweets from Vancouver police chief, BC and Vancouver police officials, said that “if you are in the company of any of these people, please consider that your personal safety may be at risk”.

In a press release, authorities said the individuals are known to police and have been linked to high levels of gang and organized crime-related violence.

“Police believe anyone with or near these people may be putting themselves at risk,” authorities said.

“Police expect the violence to continue in the weeks and months to come as these individuals continue to engage in illicit activities dangerous to themselves and the public.”

“Police are advising the public to avoid any interaction with these 11 people as police believe these people could be targets of future violence.”

The mobsters have been identified as Shakiel Basra, Amarpreet Samra, Jagdeep Cheema, Ravnder Sarma, Barinder Dhaliwal, Andy St. Pierre, Gurpreet Dhaliwal, Richard Joseph Whitlock, Samroop Gill, Sumdish Gill and Sukhdeep Pansal. Apart from Andy and Richard, the others are from Punjab.

India has repeatedly warned Canada about the presence of gangsters living in the country. The main defendant in the murder of the famous singer Sidhu Moose Wala is also currently in Canada, where he manages his operations.

Although Indian authorities have spoken with their Canadian counterparts, no progress has been made so far regarding their extradition to India.

Another Canadian-based Khalistan terrorist, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, who leads the “Sikhs for Justice” movement, aims to spread terrorism in India. During the farmers’ unrest, he released a number of videos asking people to attack government buildings, including the Red Fort.

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