Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi has claimed responsibility for the assassination of Khalistani terrorist Sukhdool Singh in Canada. Sukhdool, also known as Sukha Duneke, was killed in a clash between rival gangs in Canada last night. Duneke had been associated with the Khalistan movement in Canada.
Duneke was a prominent criminal from Moga, Punjab, classified as a “Category A” gangster. He had escaped to Canada using a forged passport in 2017 and had close ties with the gangster and Khalistani terrorist Arshdeep Dalla. Notably, he was among the 43 gangsters with links to Khalistan and Canada mentioned in a list released by the anti-terrorism agency NIA just yesterday.
In a Facebook post, Bishnoi’s gang asserted that Duneke had played a significant role in the murders of gangsters Gurlal Brar and Vicky Middukhera. The gang labeled Duneke as a “drug addict” who received “punishment for his transgressions” and issued a warning that their adversaries would not be safe, whether in India or any other country.
Currently, Lawrence Bishnoi is incarcerated in Ahmedabad on charges related to drug smuggling, under investigation by the NIA. Bishnoi is also a suspect in the murder case of singer Sidhu Moosewala.
The killing of Duneke occurs amidst heightened diplomatic tensions between India and Canada. Earlier this week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau informed the House of Commons that his government had received “credible allegations” linking Indian government agents to the assassination of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was on Canadian soil in the month of June.