Sukhdool Singh, a Khalistani terrorist, commonly referred to as Sukha Duneke, was reportedly killed during a violent clash between rival gangs in Canada on Wednesday night. Sukha Duneke was a notorious figure with ties to the Davinder Bambiha gang in the Moga district of Punjab. Though unconfirmed, reports suggest that the incident took place in Winnipeg, Canada. Notably, Sukha Duneke was closely associated with another Khalistani terrorist, Arshdeep Singh, also known as Arsh Dala. This incident bears similarities to the assassination of terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar during a gang conflict in Surrey on June 19, where Nijjar was targeted with a barrage of 15 bullets.
Some reports suggest that Lawrence Vishnoi gang has taken responsibility of killing Sukha Duneke. This same gang was involved in the killing of Punjabi singer and politician, Siddhu Moosewala. Lawrence gang operates in Canada also and is rival to some of the Khalistani extremists and their gangs. The killing highlights the growing chaos around these gangs and their rivalry.
Sukha Duneke’s presence in Canada raises questions, given that he had fled India in 2017 using forged documents, with seven criminal cases registered against him. Additionally, it has come to light that at least 29 gangsters from the Punjab region have sought refuge outside India, often evading the law through Indian passports, forged travel documents, or by using the Nepal route. The killing also unveils the true face of Canada, which covertly breads these extremists that are a vital threat to the sovereignty of India.
Canada’s accusation proved wrong!
Canada has been identified as a primary destination for these individuals seeking shelter. Interestingly, Canada has accused India of political assassination in the case of Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) member Hardeep Singh Nijjar, despite a lack of substantial evidence.
A diplomatic dispute between India and Canada ensued, with India releasing a list of 43 criminals and extremists sheltered in various countries worldwide, including Khalistani elements in Canada. Sukha Duneke’s name appeared on this list as well.
In the latest development, India has suspended the visa services for the Canadian citizens for an indefinite time. Suspension of visas is a diplomatic action taken against the Canada for Trudeau’s undiplomatic and unubstantive accusations.
This recent incident involving Sukha Duneke highlights a troubling trend among these individuals seeking refuge abroad, particularly in Canada. It is becoming increasingly evident that the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar may have been another case of gang rivalry. Instead of solely pointing fingers at India, it is essential for Canada to address the radicalized Khalistani extremist presence within its borders, which appears to be embroiled in a complex web of gang rivalries and criminal activities.
As investigations into this matter progress, it becomes clearer that these extremists fled India not only to evade legal inquiries and investigations but also to sustain their criminal activities abroad. The responsibility now lies with Canadian authorities to address this concerning situation and ensure that their territory does not become a safe haven for extremists engaged in criminal activities and inter-gang conflicts.