Punjab gangster Sukhdool Singh aka Sukha Duneke was killed in an inter-gang rivalry in Canada on Wednesday night. According to the information, he was shot dead in Winnipeg city in Canada. Meanwhile, Gangster Goldie Brar and Lawrence Bishnoi's gang took responsibility for the murder of Sukha who belonged to the Bambiha gang.
Sukha had allegedly fled to Canada from India in 2017 using fake documents and has at least seven criminal cases registered against him.
Duneke was part of the Khalistan movement in Canada. Meanwhile, raids against gangsters and Khalistani elements are also underway across Punjab by the State Police. As per reports, Sukha Duneke, a close associate of terrorist Arshdeep Dalla, was a "Category A" gangster from Punjab's Moga.
More than a dozen criminal cases against Sukha
He was allegedly associated with the pro-Khalistan outfits and was said to be linked to Canada-based Khalistan operative Arshdeep Singh aka Arsh Dala a designated terrorist in India. According to reports, Duneke mostly made calls for extortion and indulged in contracted killings. As many as 18 criminal cases of murder and other heinous crimes have been registered against him in Punjab and nearby states.
Sukha was on gangster list released by NIA
Moreover, he is one of the 43 gangsters who have been mentioned in the list released by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for having links with the Khalistan movement in Canada.
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. The lists, one naming 11 persons and the other 43 persons, were shared by the NIA on its official account on X, formerly known as Twitter. The list included several wanted gangsters, including Goldy Brar, Lawrence Bishnoi, Anmol Bishnoi and Arshdeep Singh Gill.